Wild Bandolier Review
Play’n GO are no stranger to Wild West-themed slots and we're keen to see exactly how their latest release fares in comparison. The wild bullets are flying and the free spins bonus also has a couple of nifty tricks up its sleeve.
Wild Bandolier is a good-looking piece of kit that presents all of the stereotypical elements you’re probably hoping for as a fan of this genre. With this slot, everything is focused on those big gold bullets ready to ring out wild action wherever possible.
The scenery is nice enough but doesn't really get involved in the reel-spinning action in any way, although the bandit can turn up as a large shadow on the reels to trigger his own feature from time to time.
The soundtrack lacks a little energy but when the bonuses are triggered, additional audio elements are added to the game. If you would like to take Play’n GO’s latest title with you in your pocket wherever you may be, then feel free to load this slot up on your mobile as none of the action is compromised on smaller screens.
Everything focuses heavily on the wild bullets, which is no surprise given the game’s title. Triggering up to 6 wild symbols adds a little excitement but everything is infinitely more energised as the free spins bonus begins.
You can adjust your wagers down to a minimum of 0.10, so that should help to keep you in the game long enough to see some of the above magic unfold.
The medium volatility setting on Wild Bandolier keeps the winning action fairly regular and will hopefully take it easy on your balance as you wait for the sharpshooter or scatter symbols to trigger a bonus round. Only 2,000x is available as the top prize, so those looking for a massive payday may not find exactly what they need right here.
When you pull all of the elements together, this game offers a fair amount of entertainment and will no doubt please fans of this niche and more frequent payouts. That said, it isn't the best Wild West game around and with a reasonably low payout limit, this slot might find it difficult to draw the attention away from other titles in the arena.