Rudolph's Revenge Slots

Rudolph is always depicted as a friendly reindeer who just wants to be accepted by the pack. However, he's nothing but an angry villain in Realtime Gaming's Rudolph's Revenge slots. Wielding a baseball bat and ready to bomb the North Pole, this red-nosed reindeer only has evil on his mind.

Obviously this 5-reel, 50-line game has a unique theme. But what else does Rudolph's Revenge have to offer? Keep reading as we cover the atmosphere, symbols, features, return to player (RTP), and more.

Rudolph Has Taken the North Pole Hostage

Rudolph is tired of being picked on for his red nose, so he's decided to take over the North Pole. Symbols include Santa tied up, a frozen elf, a tied-up elf, gingerbread house, bomb, A, K, Q, J, 10, and 9.

Rudolph serves as the wild symbol and substitutes for everything except the bomb to form wins. He also doubles any payout that he appears in. This double-up feature comes in handy when you form the largest payouts.

For example, Santa normally offers 4,000x your bet for five symbols. But he delivers 8,000x when Rudolph helps create the win. Likewise, the frozen elf pays 1,000x for five icons. However, he offers 2,000x when the wild symbol makes an appearance.

This slot has a pretty good atmosphere, with snow-covered trees in the background. You'll also see a missile aimed at Santa's sleigh, which falls in line with the game's theme.

Rudolph's Revenge Special Features - Free Spins & Scatter Payouts

You can trigger free spins by landing three or more bomb scatters anywhere on the reels. Both the bomb and Santa change to Rudolph wilds during this feature. Unfortunately, you can't win the jackpot during free games.

The bomb also offers scatter payouts that deliver a prize worth a multiple of your total bet. You earn 20x your wager for five bombs, 5x for four, 3x for three, and 2x for two.

This game offers a progressive jackpot, which can be won by getting five Rudolphs in a single payline. The jackpot is currently worth over $20,000 at the time of this review.

Betting & Gameplay Options

The biggest downside to Rudolph's Revenge is the limited betting options. The coin size and paylines are fixed at $0.04 and 50 lines, respectively. You therefore have to bet $2 on every spin. Neither low rollers nor high rollers will be satisfied with these limitations.

This slot has a handy auto play option that lets you keep the reels spinning automatically. Auto play is nice for when you want to trigger the feature, yet don't want to constantly select the spin button yourself every time.

Rudolph's Revenge RTP & Volatility

The return to player (RTP) for this game is unknown. We assume that it has to be around 95%, which is average for an online slots game. The volatility is fairly low, which allowed us to earn enough wins to sustain our bankroll — despite the high minimum bet.

Help Rudolph Get His Revenge

Realtime Gaming (RTG), which has produced this slot, is well known for their off-color themes. Rudolph's Revenge fits perfectly with this tradition. It puts the red-nosed reindeer in a villainous role and goes so far as to show his plan to blow up the North Pole.

As long as you're not offended by the idea of a psycho Rudolph, then you should enjoy this game. It offers nice graphics, solid features, and a progressive jackpot.

The only drawback is the extremely limited betting options. You have to bet $2 per spin, which isn't ideal if you like cheaper games. But if you have the bankroll, then Rudolph's Revenge is definitely worth playing for the theme alone.