One of the most popular RTG releases is the Naughty or Nice pokie series. Especially during the holiday season, players like to see two of Santa’s sexy helpers on the reels. Two sequels proved the popularity of the original title with which Real Time Gaming followed on to create the hugely popular Naughty or Nice pokie series.
Naughty Or Nice?
The first part of the Naughty or Nice pokie series introduced us to two hot Santa’s helpers. They can help you figure out whether you have been naughty or nice this year. This 5-reels pokie has 50 fixed paylines. The winning direction is left to right. This doesn’t apply to scattered “Naughty or Nice”, which pay any.
When 3 or more scattered “Naughty or Nice” wreaths appear anywhere, you’ll be confronted with a hard decision to choose between naughty or nice and you will receive 10 free games.
If one or more sexy girls appear in a winning combination your prize will be doubled. Each girl whether naughty or nice appearing during free games will award a Bonus of either 1 additional free game, an instant prize of up to 20 times the bet, or will cause the reel to be held for the next free game.
Naughty Or Nice Spring Break
Everyone’s best babes are back in this sequel.
The “Naughty” brunette will award 10 free games with the chance of extra Wilds. The “Nice” blonde will award 12 free games with instant bonus prizes every time she appears!
Naughty or Nice Spring Break also gives players the option of placing a side bet. It will guarantee a feature that you can trigger in as little as 26 spins!
Naughty Or Nice III
Two attractive girls have the main role in this latest sequel of the popular title. This Christmas special has 5 reels and 30 fixed paylines.
You have the chance to win progressive jackpots at the conclusion of any game. Progressive Jackpot is random and wins will add to other wins.
You can choose from 2 free game features, where the Nice Girl or Naughty Girl will award wild reels or count for scatters.
One more special bonus round is a random Lucky Feature that may trigger at the end of any normal game.