Pork Knox Slots

Pork Knox is an awesome title, right? It does have a bank theme to it, with piggy banks and vaults among the relevant symbols appearing there. You can even look for some stacks of gold coins appearing partially or fully on the reels.

What else is in store for you in the Pork Knox slot game? Let’s dive deeper and find out.

The slot offers three jackpots

Why have one when you can shoehorn three into the action? That’s what NetEnt has done here, offering you the chance to try and snag one of them if you can reach the Cash Stacker feature.

Only piggy banks and blank symbols appear in this feature, with the five reels forming a point in the middle. This gives you a 5-6-7-6-5 format, with jackpots at the top of three of those reels. You need a complete stack of piggy banks reaching up to the jackpot to receive that amount.

Seeded jackpots in action

This is a positive point because it means each one has a decent value even if someone else has just won it. Of course, few players are going to reach the Cash Stacker feature or receive a jackpot prize from it, but it’s good to see how they work.

Find three vaults to break one open

How nice! Yes, you can spot three scattered vaults on the reels to see a PICK ME message appear on each. Which one are you going to choose? You can pick only one, and there is a chance there could be an instant prize inside it. Other possibilities are some free games or entrance to the Cash Stacker bonus we just mentioned.

If you went through to the free game feature, you’d get the quantity relating to the scatters that turned up to trigger the PICK ME feature. Three give you five spins, four give you 10, and five trigger the maximum 15 spins.

Pork Knox is available to play this August 2021

With mystery symbols, wilds, and multipliers also featuring in the Pork Knox slot game, there are plenty of reasons to check out the demo when it appears. You cannot break into the real Fort Knox, the inspiration for this game, but you could break into the best bits of Pork Knox and those piggy banks.