Coyote Moon Slots

Coyote-MoonCoyote Moon focuses on some of the animals that are found in the same areas of North America that the coyote inhabits. There isn’t a very clear theme here, and even though the Native American influence is visible in the playing card symbols, there are no people or clear images to tell you what the slot is trying to tell you. Most of the symbols are lizards, animals or birds, all of them living in North America. It’s not the most impressive game you’ll see, but keep reading to find out what else it has to offer.

Coyote Moon will give you a standard 5 reel setup, but with an unusual number of paylines, which are 40 total. When it comes to its features, this game gives you the usual ones, meaning free spins appearing with the help of scatter symbols, plus a wild. Payout wise, it does quite well, managing to give its luckiest players up to $50,000.

Features of Coyote Moon

A wild symbol and a scatter that gives you free spins make up the feature list of Coyote Moon, a game that doesn’t seem to want to impress in this area, just like it doesn’t with its looks.

The Coyote Moon logo is visible in one of the symbols the game has, and it’s an important one. I’m talking about the wild symbol, of course, a feature that both gives you the biggest jackpot available and it substitutes for other symbols. There is only one feature that the wild can’t help you with, the one offered by the scatter symbol. This is a stacked wild, so you get the chance to occupy all four positions of a reel with it.

Speaking of the scatter, it’s a representation of a coyote as drawn by Native Americans in the past, and it is limited to the middle three reels of Coyote Moon. All three scatter symbols need to be on the reels, for their features to be triggered. If that does happen, you get paid a small prize, 2x the triggering bet, plus you also have 5 free spins. These free spins benefit from the presence of extra stacked wilds, so they have a bigger chance of giving you the jackpot. The downside is that instead of getting up to five scatter symbols, and needing only three of them to start the feature, you get a maximum of three and you need them all. The odds are smaller than in other games, when it comes to the chances of the free spins being triggered.

Betting options and jackpots

The number of lines is the one that is unusual here, but not the actual betting system, though it’s quite expensive. The 40 paylines can all be activated, but you have to pay the price for that to happen, the starting point being $1 and the upper limit being $50 per payline. That takes the wagers up to $2,000.

In exchange, the game only gives you 1,000x the line bet, or $50,000. However, you can expect a lot of chances to win prizes, even if they’re on the small side.

Design and symbols

With a Native American theme, Coyote Moon does include the coyote as well, but only in one symbol. The rest of the images are either reminiscent of Native American motifs, as you might find in some of their handmade creations, or they are various other creatures of the North American continent, mostly small ones. The playing card style doesn’t mesh that well with the rest of the design, but otherwise it’s a decent looking slot.

Symbols: Coyote Moon (wild, 1,000x), Coyote Spirit (scatter, 2x the bet), Deer (400x), Hummingbird (400x), Lizard (250x), Cow Skull (250x), Ace (150x), King (150x), Queen (100x), Jack (100x), Ten (100x) and Nine (100x).


Is It Worth Playing?

It’s an average slot machine for the most part, but then again that’s what most slots are like. If you enjoy the theme choice, it’s not a bad game to play, but it’s not one of our top choices either.

This Coyote Moon slot is offered by all online casinos with IGT software, playable either in practice or in real money mode.