Naughty List Slots

We all want to be on Santa's nice list at Christmas, right? If we're not, we won't get any gifts on Christmas morning. Well, the theme here is about as far from a nice list as it is possible to get. Instead, we've got the Naughty List, which is packed with foxy ladies, Santa enjoying a tobacco pipe, and other more unusual ideas.

If you want something that puts a twist on a regular festive slot game, this could be the one for you.

Reels and lines

This game packs in 50 paylines, so you get five reels and each one has four rows in play.

Betting options

A 50-cent coin is your minimum bet here, and that means just one cent on each line. The biggest total bet is maybe not as high as you'd think, reaching just $12.50.

Naughty List special icons

You'll typically find Santa as a wild icon in festive slots, and that is true here as well. But he does appear as a grouped wild, and that can occur on every reel except the first one. He doesn't replace scatters when they appear, and these are shown as the Naughty List itself, complete with pen.

Naughty List bonus features

Can you find three appearances of the Naughty List scroll? If so, you will be shown 20 presents. You must start picking them until you find two Naughty Notes. The further you go through choosing the boxes, the more bonus prizes or multipliers you will win.

Once this feature is complete, the Santastic Free Spins feature will begin. Your multipliers will come into play at this point. You only get five free games, but each one features many more Santas and Naughty Lists than the base game.

And there's more - you might also trigger a Lucky Feature that grants you between five and 10 free spins with a multiplier worth up to x10. This can happen after any paid game! If you get into these free spins, you might find you can trigger the Naughty Pick feature to choose from the gift boxes as well.

Celebrate Christmas by downloading the Naughty List slot to play today

The Naughty List takes a theme from a festive song, and makes the most of it. Incidentally, RTG has also created The Nice List, which takes on the flip side of the Christmas list idea! Be sure to give that one a try, too.