There's no official license connected to Werewolf Wild, but that doesn't change the fact that the game owes a debt to Hollywood werewolf movies. In fact, the London setting suggests that Aristocrat intended this slot as a Disney-fied version of An American Werewolf in London.
The background image of a purple night sky down by Big Ben is beautiful, and the characters on the reels – the gentleman, policeman and lady, who appear alongside carriages, candle streetlights and the big bad wolf himself – all look great too.
There are some nice animations, including one of the werewolf for which the game is named sneaking in and scratching the reels, and the action is occasionally punctuated by Big Ben's chimes.
The slot isn't perfect by any means – it could use some more background music, for example – but it's aged very well and looks better than many of Aristocrat's other titles.