Feeding Fury Review
Everyone once in a while, there's a slot developer looking to do something different and stray away from trends. Iron Dog Studio is one of those trying to do something unusual with fishing slots.
Playing on 5-reels with 10 paylines, Feeding Fury features cute little fishes that happens to be chased around by a scary shark. Alongside this, there are brutal features such as Shark Attack and Feed or Die. If you are looking for Jaws rather than Finding Nemo, then you've come to the right slot.
Opening up this slot, you'll find that the game looks just like any other fishing slot. However, the main difference is the uneasy looks from the fish and the shark symbols that can land on the reels.
It's quite an adorable slot in a way until you see the finer details. There are even some hilarious imagery such as one pufferfish having a badge saying 'I'm not far, UR'.
Matching the intensity, there is a Wild West-inspired musical track that plays throughout. It's funny to hear but it also sets a good tone for the slot.
It may seem quite complicated with the Shark Attack and Feed or Die bonus rounds - but these are quite easy to follow. The Shark Attack is a random modifier that can trigger wilds to swim left and eat fish leading to multipliers.
As for the Feed or Die feature, this is essentially a bonus respin round that continues until there are no more lives left. The goal is to land symbols that the shark can eat to level up leading to even bigger wins and multipliers.
One trope that Iron Dog Studio seems to follow with fishing slots is the average win potential. With this slot, there is an RTP of 96.11% which is just on the average level followed by a win of up to 5,434x the stake.
This medium to high volatility slot can only reach up to wins of up to 5,434x the stake. Whilst this is nothing small, it's also not as high as most modern slots. This amount will not put off any players but we do wish it was a little higher.
Feeding Fury is a fun little slot from Iron Dog Studio that will definitely find an audience with slot players. It's both hilarious and dark at the same time - so it'll most likely appeal to slot players with a sense of humour.
The overall gameplay is pretty impressive too with the modifiers and bonus round feeling quite unique. Ultimately, this slot will provide hours of entertainment. Our only issue was the average maximum win - but it's nothing that should stop you from trying out this fish-tastic slot.