Free Buffalo Blitz slot
Buffalo Blitz free play demo
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Buffalo blitz in a beast of a slot in may ways, as we will see. The theme is North American wildlife with the buffalo taking pride of place as the highest-paying symbol, joined on the reels by the Cougar, Moose, Racoon and Brown Bear to keep him company. There are 6 reels of 4 rows and as there are no winlines you have a massive 4096 ways!
You bet at 40 minimum stake and the symbols are all stacked with the exception of the non-muliplying Wild on reels 2-6 which is represented by a diamond. The prime symbol is the orange buffalo and that appears stacked 4-high on all reels. 5-of-a-kind (5OAK) pays 7.5x stake. OK, I know what you're all thinking - "4096 ways, diamonds, stacked orange animals - surely Buffalo Blitz is the same as, ahem... a certain member of African wildlife that is known to rage a bit?" Well, you would be 100% correct - the paytables for all 2-6 OAK are identical to those of our horned friend from WMS.
I am pleased to point out that a full screen of buffalo though would pay a huge 30720x stake!
There are no pays for scatters on Buffalo Blitz but 3 of them yield 8 free spins, 4 give 15 right up to all 6 which award 100 free spins. The diamonds however become multiplying wilds of either 2, 3 or 5x in these free spins, and ahem 2 scatters will award 5 extra spins should they appear. These free spins have a potential pay if you get stacked buffalo on reel 1 and 5 diamonds at 5x multiplier on 2-6 of a monstrous 93750x stake, as the multipliers are cumulative!
This game is very volatile and the base game can be brutal, as you may expect with the huge potential wins it can offer. It is clearly based on RR (not Rolls Royce by the way!) but has had the variance made higher with the stacks 4-high as opposed to 3 and the extra wild on reel 6 along with the 5x muliplier possibility. Just as you wouldn't want to walk in the forest unarmed with any of the lethal beasts represented here about, you wouldn't be advised to take this on unless armed with a decent balance and much patience. Then again, patience is the great virtue of any good hunter.....