Ded Moroz Slots

A new Spinomenal slot game is always worth paying attention to. When it carries the title Ded Moroz, which doesn’t reveal much of anything, it makes us even more curious. Do they mean Ded as in… dead? Could this be another Day of the Dead theme, we wonder?

We decided to check it out in greater detail. And we were surprised to learn we were way off base with the theme suggestion. Ded Moroz is another name for Grandfather Winter, so don’t be too surprised to learn that this looks a little like a different twist on a Christmas slot game.

A 5 x 4 game screen

The game screen offers five reels and four rows, with the hint of a snow-covered cottage behind it. This continues in the background, which looks suitably snowy without giving too much detail.

The game itself has lots of sparkling letters and numbers to look for alongside the festive symbols. These include a Christmas tree, a sack filled with gifts, and a snow-covered pinecone.

Choose your paylines

Unusually, you can choose a minimum of 10 paylines to play on. At the other end of the scale there is a maximum of 100 paylines to cover. Don’t forget that your bet is going to change depending on what you choose though.

Special features in Ded Moroz

A woman in a fur hat is the scattered free spin symbol. She can net you up to 100 free games depending on how many you find.

The stacked wild is Ded Moroz himself, looking nice and wintry. He appears during the base game but when you get to the free spins, a complete stacked wild turns up on a random reel on every spin.

A simple yet charming festive slot

While the title doesn’t suggest anything festive (unless you know the language, of course), this is a charming take on the festive season we have each year. With lots of prizes available – the best coming from five wilds on a line – the game holds plenty of potential without being overly complicated. In fact, for a standard slot offering free spins as the only major feature, this game is tempting to try for sure. And since it doesn’t strictly focus on Christmas, you can play it all winter long!