In it, the arrival of the Big Bad Wolf symbol next to any of the piggies' houses of straw, twigs or bricks starts the Big Bad Wolf free spins, in which wolf blows down houses of all sorts to give the player a Multiplier between x2 for a ruined straw house and a x4 Multiplier for a ruined brick house.
What does BBW stand for?
BBW stands for Big Bad Wolf
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Visitors were also given the chance to meet some make-believe heroes and villains from famous story books such as Captain Hook and the Big Bad Wolf.
Byline: STEVE DUB[ETH] THE big bad wolf turns out to be a big softie in a book that last night was named the winner of the Welsh Books Council's Tir na n-Og English Award.
SO, the big bad wolf walks up to the three little pigs' straw cottage and roars: "I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down
We play The Three Little Pigs and Suri is the Big Bad Wolf.
Ten years ago the previous owner was the big bad wolf, now I am the big bad wolf but there is no sponsorship coming in due to the global economic crisis.
Also showing is Walt Disney’s The Three Little Pigs, a phenomenon of the day: Its theme song, “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf,” became a Depression anthem.
The backing singers sound like the three little pigs on helium and then the big bad wolf looms in the form of the London rapper.