EggOMatic is a highly creative 20-payline video slot operating on the NetEnt software platform. The game possesses a wild card featuring a Rooster with the word ‘wild’ written on it and several additional Special Feature eggs: Spreading Wild egg, Free Spins egg, Coin Win egg and a Surprise egg. Players are welcome to try this stunningly animated slot here on this page for free or visit any of the featured NetEnt casinos to play the game for real money.
In order to start spinning the reels filled with diverse robot chickens, players need to select their bet first. The bet level is adjusted using the “Level” selector. The coin size, ranging from 0.01 to 1, can be set by pressing the “Coin Value” buttons. The “Spin” button starts the game and “Auto Play” spins the reels multiple times without interruption. To bet the highest amount, players need to press “Max Bet”.
The game features the EggOMatic egg dispenser which contains different Feature eggs. The feature in the egg on the belt above the reels is triggered when a wild emerges on the reel below. The maximum number of eggs which can simultaneously appear on the conveyor belt is 5.
Spreading Wild eggs turn diagonal and adjacent symbols into additional wilds. Free Spin eggs trigger the number of Free Spins shown on the egg. Coin Win eggs add coin wins to one's payline win. And, finally, the Surprise egg contains one of the Feature eggs.
At the start of Free Spins, the EggOMatic places 4 eggs on the belt and the 5th egg is added whilst the reels are spinning. Additional Free Spins can be won when there is at least 1 Free Spin egg on the reels during the Free Spin feature.
Level: Choose the bet level.
Coin Value: Regulate the coin size.
Spin: Play the game at the chosen bet.
Auto Play: Spin the reels for a number of times uninterrupted.
Max Bet: Spin the reels at the highest wager.
Slot type: Video slot
Min coins per line: 1
Max coins per line: 10
Min coins size: 0
Max Coins size: 1
Bonus game: Yes
Wild symbol: Yes
Scatter symbol: Yes
Autoplay option: Yes
Free spins: Yes