Deadly 5 slot

Deadly 5 slot review

deadly 5 slot gameDeadly 5 slot by Push Gaming is finally a gentler game of medium volatility after their stream of volatile games like Jammin' Jars 2, the much-played Razor Shark and even their most recent slot before this, Mad Cars. The theme here is the wild west so we get the expected symbols on the reels, music and dramatic gun sounds all laid over a background of a dusty wooden town. It's kind of surprising because often we associate this theme with super-high potential slots like Dead or Alive 2 and NLC's El Paso Gunfight. Anyway, the question here is can our bankroll be quick on the draw or will it fall in the dust?

On the reels...
So we start with 5 reels of 4 rows each on Deadly 5 slot with 20 fixed pay lines and stacked symbols bar the Wild Star and Safe scatter. The 5-of-a-kind pays are 250x Wild, Billy 75x, Eliza 62.5x, Irene 50x, El Fuego (who looks suspiciously like Lemmy from the metal band Motorhead!) 37.5x with four objects the Guns or Hip Flask at 5x and boots or Horseshoes at 4x. No modifiers or other small features here, it's all about the free games.

Sheriff's Bonus
You need 3 Safe scatters for 10 spins, 4 for 15 spins and 5 for 20 spins. There's no retriggers or extra spins possible here but scatters award small prizes, 50x in the case of all five. Now you will see reel 5 is a full-reel Sheriff sticky Wild throughout. The 4 character symbols now each appear on a wanted poster above the other 4 reels, in order of values from El Chapo over reel 1 to Billy the Bull on over reel 4. If their respective symbol lands under the poster on the reel, it will become an expanding Wild for that spin. So land all 4 of the characters on their poster reel at once and you get a full screen of Wilds and the maximum game pay of 5,000x bet. You can buy the feature in some jurisdictions at 80x bet which will randomly award a 3, 4 or 5-scatter trigger.

Our View...
Deadly 5 slot has a RTP of 94.35 to 96.39% available so check the game rules where you are playing it at. It's pretty average when it comes to sounds and graphics with decent animations. You need 5OAKs of the top symbols in the base game to win anything worthwhile and it does happen - rarely! The fun is in the feature here which is quite hard to land sometimes, but is often a frustrating affair. The relevant characters seem to be in very short supply once the spins begin and in all honesty you are just hoping one or maybe two will land and link up some better symbols for multiple line wins. In all honesty, I say this is a one-horse town and you'd be better off riding on by...

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