If you enjoy watching spaghetti Westerns and love reading Louis L’Amour or Oliver Strange, then you are going to enjoy playing this latest Western themed slot from Swintt. The new slot is titled “Book of the West” slot and draws insight from all of the familiar “Book Of…” slot games in the market.
The theme will see players help out a daring cowboy rescue his lady from a dangerous outlaw. The developers have done a great job with the graphics and the background music will get your heart beating.
This game takes players to a typical Western saloon, complete with barrels and empty bottles. In the middle of it all is a standard 5×3 grid with 10 paylines. The game flanks this setup with two lanterns so that players can see exactly what is going on.
The betting range starts at $1 and is capped at $50. Players who just want a good time will appreciate the limits since this means they won’t burn their bankroll. However, high rollers will probably avoid this game since they are usually looking for big wagers so that they can get the big prizes.
“Book of the West” has the card royals as the low value symbols. The more thematic symbols are where the big prizes are at. They include the three characters of the game and a gun. The game also brings in the titular “Book of the West“, which acts as the game’s Wild and Scatter symbol. The cowboy is the most valuable regular symbol and pays out 2000x when five of it is scored.
This game is part of the Book Of series and boasts similar features. The Book acts as the Wild symbol and makes it a lot easier to win. Players who score five of it will get the same 2000x payout as a cowboy win.
Players who score three of the Book will get 10 free spins. During these spins, a random symbol is chosen to expand when it lands. It can take over three spots, which means bigger chances of winning. Players who score three Books again will get another 10 free spins.
Swintt‘s game has a very average RTP of 95.32 percent. If you are looking for some action in the Wild West, give this slot a few spins.