Claws vs Paws is a Playson game, where we’re seeing the classic fight of dog vs cat, or good vs evil if you will. The game also has a robbery theme, so the cat is the one doing the stealing, while the dog is the cop and tries to catch it. It’s going to be a slot with a high-end design and a lot of cool features, so keep reading and find out everything that it offers.
The winnings in Claws vs Paws are going to reach values of $4,200 during regular spins, or $21,000 during the free ones. You have wild symbols, special and regular scatters, scatter nudges, Big Win Hacking bonuses, Winning Streak re-spins, Top-symbols Re-spins, Sliding Wild Free Spins, Progressive Multiplier Free Spins, Sticky Wilds free spins and the Prize Wheel, so it’s a huge collection of features that you get access to. The game features 20 fixed lines on 5 reels.
Betting and Prizes
The requirement of Claws vs Paws will be to have its lines active, and for that reason you have only the total bet to pick, the values ranging between $0.20 and $140. You can calculate for yourself how much those lines are getting though, the coins used on them being worth $0.01 to $7.
The regular wins deliver at most 600 coins, or $4,200, during your most expensive rounds. There are ways to improve on that amount though, particularly with 5x multipliers from the free spins, which means that the same symbols could deliver $21,000. The huge number of features makes this a pretty good slot machine in terms of RTP, the percentage being set to 96.85%.
Claws vs Paws Slot Features
The first feature you’re going to learn about is the Wild Diamond, the substitute that works only with regular icons and the one to pay the $4,200 jackpot by itself if it can.
Big Win Hacking is a random feature, which will have Cats substitute some of the regular symbols, transforming them so that you get a Big Win.
The Scatter Nudge is another one that comes at random, nudging a reel and pulling the third scatter to the 5th reel, so that you can get into the free spins.
Winning Streak Re-spins will deliver 2 to 4 winning re-spins with guaranteed payouts.
There is also the feature called Top-symbols Re-spins, with 3 re-spins triggered where only high-paying symbols are used.
Activating one of the three types of free spins is done with a combination of two different scatters. The regular Scatter is on reels 1 and 3, and you need it on both. The special scatter comes in three variants, each with a different Cat Robber on it. This third scatter only appears on reel 5, and depending on the one that you get, you trigger one of three types of free spins.
The three types of free spins are called Sliding Wild (randomly placed wilds which move one position each round until they leave the screen), Progressive Multiplier (1x to 5x multipliers available, as you progress through the bank robbery) and Sticky Wild (10 free spins with random sticky wilds added to the reels during each spin).
Theme & Design
The old rivalry between dogs and cats takes a new turn in Claws vs Paws, the two species being used as cops and robbers. The bank robbery is the one they’ve chosen here, but the main characters are pets now, so it’s a different kind of story and it’s quite interesting. The symbols deliver mostly images of things like bones, police casks, keys and the like, along with playing cards.
I loved the huge number of features that Playson included in Claws vs Paws, along with the impressive graphics and the high average RTP.