|Manufacturer:||Sigma Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £250.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||95.14%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
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It’s time to take a trip out to the Old West as we check out this release from Sigma Gaming. It’s called Gringo$ Dinero$ and those dollar signs in the title helpfully remind us that we’re all here to win money. There’s a pretty decent tradition of cowboy-themed online slots so read on to find out this one measures up.
Gringo$ Dinero$ plays out over five reels and up to fifty paylines and this is certainly the first game we’ve played where those reels are fashioned out of denim. In the background there’s a typical Old West landscape with rock stacks reaching up from the desert floor to the sky.
The main symbols are all related to the theme and include cacti, an alcoholic drink, a revolver, a Stetson hat, a pair of ornate boots, two different cowboys, a cowgirl, a horse and a saloon.
The golden Lucky Coin is wild and there’s a bag of money scatter symbol which activates the main feature. The cowgirl and saloon symbols have different uses within the feature.
The overflowing bag of money is the scatter symbol which triggers the free spins round and three or more anywhere will give you the following:
- Three scatters – 10 free spins
- Four scatters – 15 free spins
- Five scatters – 25 free spins
It’s possible to earn more spins by landing more scatters during this feature.
Find Gringo Bonus
If you can land the cowgirl on reel one and the saloon on reel five on the same spin during the free spins you will trigger Find Gringo Bonus.
You will be shown a screen displaying a number of people in the saloon and you must click on them to reveal multipliers. If you find the grin you will receive a larger prize and the round will end.
Cowboy-themed slots seem generally to be of a high quality and this is no exception. We liked it a lot – the graphics and animations are solid and the bonus features are welcome. Well worth checking out although the western soundtrack is a little disjointed.