Our 3 Favorite Christmas Slot Games

The nights are darker – heck, the days are too – and there is a chill in the air. Are those jingle bells we hear? Is the big man on his way again, rushing around the world to give gifts to all the children?

It’s almost Christmas, and for us that means some festive snacks and the best online slot games based on the festive season. Check out our latest Christmassy picks to see what you think!

Take Santa’s Shop by Betsoft

The series called ‘Take the…’ from Betsoft has taken a festive turn this time, offering to Take Santa's Shop instead. The robber returns, but this time he’s got a red and white striped top on with – you guessed it – a Santa hat. The countdown bombs have transformed into ornament bombs, while the reels have plenty of festive items on them. Look out for the wreaths shaped into all kinds of letters and numbers too.

Big Santa by RTG

This title gives a clue to what might happen during this festive slot game. One of the highlights is the possible inclusion of oversized symbols – and Santa is one of those. You might see a 2 x 2 or even a 3 x 3 symbol landing on the reels, so Santa really might bring you some gifts if he arrives in this form.

Elsewhere, there are free spins involving random multipliers of between 2x and 5x on each game. With lots of festive colors and imagery throughout, Big Santa is a big game you won’t want to miss.

Aloha! Christmas Edition

Aloha! Cluster Pays was a massive success upon release in 2016, bringing in the new (at the time) cluster pays mechanic for finding prizes. The Hawaiian setting is about as far from feeling Christmassy as you can think, but NetEnt has revamped the game to bring you a more festive version in Aloha Christmas Edition.

All those Tiki heads now have Santa hats on, and you’ll see fairy lights and plenty of festive colors around too. Free games, mystery symbols, and multiplier wilds come into play in this one.

Do you have any other favorite festive slots lined up this year?

There are dozens more for you to choose from. Almost every software developer in the industry has at least one or two Christmas slot games in their collection. Which ones would hit the top of the tree for you?