|Maximum win:||€ 1395000.00|
|Theme:||Gold/Gold Coins, Action/Adventure, Wild West|
If you’re a fan of classic movies like The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and Hang ‘Em High, then you’re going to enjoy playing the Deadwood slot. The American Wild West serves as the terrific backdrop for this bounty-hunting, outlaw apprehending epic tale.
All of the recognisable emblems of cowboy culture are present in the Deadwood slot; the symbols, for example, are made up of gold bars, dollar-signed swag bags, sheriff badges, whiskey decanters and double-barrelled shotguns. Nolimit City have really done a terrific job at putting the player in the shoes of a gunslinging bounty hunter.
The variance for the Deadwood slot is high and the RTP of 96.03% is close enough to industry average for a slot game. With 576 different ways to win, the maximum prize you can come away from a Deadwood play session with is a whopping 13,950x your stake.
The Deadwood slot is a direct sequel to Nolimit City’s Tombstone, and as such the controls are extremely similar. On desktop the game is set up in a, by modern slot standards, slightly unusual way, with the reels taking center stage but the controls falling to the bottom left and right of the screen.
The paytable can be accessed by clicking or tapping the gear icon on the left hand side of the screen. It is possible to play Deadwood at a faster speed by clicking or tapping the lightning icon at the right of the screen; which is handy if you don’t have a lot of time to play.
If you wish to do so, you can put stop conditions in place when using the autoplay function for the Deadwood slot. To do this you need to click autoplay and choose whether you’d like the game to stop when you win above a defined amount or stop when your balance dips below or goes above a defined percentage.
Deadwood is available to play on both iOS and Android devices and the experience doesn’t differ much from desktop play. The only noticeable difference is that the settings are placed differently to accommodate the game being played vertically as opposed to landscape.
The base gameplay in Deadwood, which uses a 3-4-4-4-3 reel format is very similar to it’s predecessor with one major difference: the 5 reels have been made bigger to allow for an extra symbol on each reel. This means that there are, in theory, 576 ways to win while playing in contrast to the 108 ways of winning in Tombstone.
The Wild that you’ll come across most often in Deadwood is the Hunter Wild, a fully stacked symbol that may appear in the center three reels. If it only appears partially then the xNudge feature can knock it into place, covering the full reel.
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