Bounty Belles Pokie Review
Bounty Belles, the latest release from iSoftBet, is a five-reel online pokie with an Old West theme. The game has a couple of bonus features, as well as other bells and whistles. For more information, please take a look at my review located below.
Some punters like to make the same wager over and over, while others like to switch things up. No matter which option you prefer, Bounty Belles offers eight options.
The lowest bet costs $0.20 per spin. Meanwhile, the most expensive will set you back $20 per spin.
As you may have noticed, this pokie is intended for low to medium rollers. High rollers, meanwhile, will want to look elsewhere for their amusement.
Finding the Game
In order to try Bounty Belles, you’ll need to find an online casino with iSoftBet games. Luckily, plenty of options are available for Aussies, including Joe Fortune, Pokies Parlour, and Johnny Kash.
Each spin can have up to 1,125 ways to win. Here’s how to figure it up:
- Way winnings are awarded for left to right adjacent symbol combinations.
- To determine the number of winning ways, multiply the number of adjacent winning symbols on each of the reels.
- Next, look at the pay table and determine the applicable payout.
- Finally, multiply the number of ways by the payout to determine the total winnings.
Bounty Belles Pay Table
This section examines the pay table, which means we’ll be looking at all the game’s symbols and their values. Please note that these prizes change to reflect the player’s wager.
In the following examples, I’m using a per-spin wager of $20.
- Ten and Jack – These generic poker symbols pay $3 for three matches, $5 for four, and $10 for five.
- Queen – Valued at $5 for three matches, $10 for four, and $15 for five.
- King and Ace – The highest poker symbols are worth $10 for three matches, $25 for four, and $50 for five.
- Hat and Horseshoe – Whether it’s the cowboy hat or the silver horseshoe, these symbols pay $25 for three matches, $40 for four, and $75 for five.
- Saddle Bags – This icon depicts saddle bags filled with stolen cash. When part of a winning line, they’re worth $50 for three matches, $75 for four, and $100 for five.
- Safe – Useful for protecting valuables, this safe pays $75 for three matches, $100 for four, and $150 for five.
- Pair of Pistols – These six-shooters are worth $100 for three, $150 for four, and $200 for five.
- Wild – This symbol looks like a sheriff’s badge, and it serves as the game’s wild icon. This means it will substitute for any symbol, with the exception of the Bonus. It only appears on reels one and two.
- Bonus – Three or more of these symbols trigger the Free Spins bonus.
Wild Bounty Mode
Available during any spin, this mode starts when wilds appear on reels one and two. During the mode, reels can expand one or two rows higher.
The game has three bounty symbols: blonde, brunette, and redhead. If any of these land on reels three through five, then you’ll receive the bounty amount attached to them.
Reel five has the largest bounties, and these are worth noting. They include the following:
- Minor – 30x
- Major – 50x
- Grand – 100x
The Free Spins round activates when three or more bonus symbols appear. These award the following:
- Three – 10 free spins
- Four – 12 free spins
- Five – 15 free spins
During this round, watch out for the Deadman’s Draw. This allows any win to be multiplied from a draw of the cards. Here’s how it works…
First, a series of multiplier cards are dealt. Then, they’re shot one-by-one and removed. Finally, a single card will remain, and the accompanying multiplier is awarded to the next winning spin. This applies to both bounty symbols and normal winning symbols.
Bounty Belles has a great look, although the game’s backstory is incredibly thin. Sure, we known that three female outlaws are on the run, but we know nothing else about them.
As for the gameplay, it’s the same quality experience that I’ve come to expect from iSoftBet. There are plenty of ways to win and/or improve your payout, and this makes each spin a thrilling experience.
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