|Min bet $, €, £:||0.09|
|Max bet $, €, £:||18|
One can make various adjustments before the game starts, like, change the bet and coin value, define the autoplay criteria, establish the max bet by an eponymously named button in the interface, turn the sound on/off, and adjust the other criteria: to show or not to show an introductory screen, turn the quick spin on or off, and whether to use the Spacebar key on the keyboard to spin or not.
When every adjustment is done, spin the reels and see as they rotate against the background of a wooden town, familiar to every viewer of any classical Western film. You see a recognizable main dusty alley, framed with 1-2-story houses on both sides. The grid of rotating reels is itself framed with three wooden beams, which create an entrance to someplace (or a hanging place from criminals). Many fine details are really peculiar to watch, like, for instance, a skull of some horned animal lying on the right. Or a wheel of a wagon lying on the left. Animated elements of foreground and background breathe much life into the ambiance of the game, making it not only interesting to watch and play but also to feel like you’re really delved into the times of Wild West.
The game features those items of the gaming area:
According to the maker, the biggest possible payout in this slot is x100,000 of the bet. This is reached thanks to a series of free spins. This is, as of the time being, one of the biggest on the market capability of winning in a non-jackpot-based slot.
A gamer is capable of selecting the play mode of this casino machine: a demo or a real-money one. On both, the range of bets per payline per spin is extra-small, just two values: 1 coin and 2 coins. A player is free to change the coin value from 0.01 to 0.02, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, and 0.5 at most. The paytable of symbol combinations located below shows the wins given the max bet and max coin value: