The wild west is one of the themes that hasn’t really been explored all that much in online slots compared to some other themes, but The True Sheriff breaks that pattern and gives players a great experience in its atypical theme.
You’ll see lots of interesting characters pop up including the sheriff and some bad guys.
The 3D graphics in this game are pretty outstanding, and it’s hard to beat BetSoft when they’re on top of their game like they were when they created this title.
The format of The True Sheriff slot machine is 30 paylines with five reels and three rows. Like most BetSoft-powered titles, this game has a minimum coin size of $0.02, so the minimum bet size is $0.60 per spin.
This isn’t in the lowest of the low for penny slots, but it definitely fits inside of any bankroll management strategy for most players.
The game is set in the fictional town of High Noon, and it’s all about the sheriff and the bad guy battling it out while you collect winnings from their efforts.
The sheriff will give you a 1,200x win with five in a row, and you can also pick up 900x for five of the bad guy.
Five of the sheriff’s deputy pays 360x, and you can win 240x for five of the woman. The rest of the symbols are the A, K, Q, J and 10 symbols that pay out the lower end of the winnings.
All of these symbols pay with three or more only.
It’s important to note that the gun symbol on the middle reel will give you the Wild Guns feature.
The sheriff shoots as many as five symbols, they all become wilds, and you get a free re-spin with all of the wilds held in place.
This is a quick way to nail some huge payouts.
Three or more of the scattered sheriff’s badge will also get you as many as 15 free spins.
These happen at night because the sun goes down to show how special the bonus feature is, and the number of times sheriff’s badge symbol shows up on the reels is counted during your feature.
What happens at the end is that you get bonus payouts based on those symbols.
You can also get a Showdown bonus with the gun in the center of the bad guy and sheriff for extra wins.