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Wanted Outlaws

Developer All41 Studios’ September 2020 game Wanted Outlaws is second in the Nobleways series whose first game is Mayan Eagle (July 2020). Distributed by Microgaming and related to Book of Captain Silver (All41 Studios; August 2021); Wanted Outlaws’ plot concerns a sheriff hunting three Wild West-era bandits.

More themes: cowboy culture, bounty hunting, dueling, card game values, and banditry. One symbol (crisscrossing revolvers) requires two, three, or four, or five side-by-side combinations. Twelve symbols (Stetson/gloves, cowboy boots, horseshoe/rope, three “wanted” posters, A, K, Q, J, 10, and 9) require three, or four, or five side-by-side combinations.

Wanted Outlaws Game Characteristics

Wanted Outlaws is notable for its: full-time 3125 rightward winning ways; collectible and piled posters offering seven bet multipliers (X2 to X200); and three batches of free games.

Off-white reels in roped peanut-colored wooden frames characterize the Wanted Outlaws’ 5X5 grid whose setting is a rutted sandy street bisecting a stereotypical Wild West outpost.

Wanted Outlaws’ six quick bets: $0.20, $0.50, $1.00, $2.00, $10.00 and $100.00. Its 28 total bets: $0.10 (minimum bet), $0.20, $0.30, $0.40, $0.50, $0.60, $0.80, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00, $40.00, $50.00, $60.00, $80.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).

Wanted Outlaws’ five special symbols: exclusive to the free games’ reels (except reel one), the substituting wild is a red neckerchief-wearing horseshoe-mustached sheriff in white and brown; the free games activator is a floral “scatter” sheriff’s badge (solely for regular games); and three multiplier-assigning brown “wanted” bounty posters featuring silhouetted heads—a masked young cowboy, a revolver-wielding and eye-patched young cowgirl, and a scarred bald handlebar-mustached cowboy.

Wanted Outlaw’s ten ordinary symbols: crisscrossing revolvers; sheriff’s Stetson/gloves; gold-tipped brown classic cowboy boots; silver horseshoe/lasso rope; red A; blue K; green Q; purple J; cyan 10; and yellow 9.

Wanted Outlaws’ dynamic regular payouts: from X0.20 to X20. Three 9s, or 10s, or Js pay X0.20; four 9s, or 10s, or Js pay X0.50; and five 9s, or 10s, or Js pay X1.50. Three As, or Ks, or Qs pay X0.40; four As, or Ks, or Qs pay X1; and five As, or Ks, or Qs pay X2.

Three (mis)matching posters pay X0.50, four (mis)matching posters pay X1.50, and five (mis)matching posters pay X5. Three horseshoes/lasso or boots pay X1, four horseshoes/lasso or boots pay X2, and five horseshoes/lasso or boots pay X6.

Three hats/gloves pay X1, four hats/gloves pay X2, and hats/gloves pay X6. Two paired revolvers pay X0.50, three paired revolvers pay X3, four paired revolvers pay X8, and five paired revolvers pay X20.

Three sheriff’s badges offer ten free games, four badges offer 15 free games, and five badges offer 25 free games. The “wanted” posters jump into sheriff’s hand-held blank posters that then display “paid” credits, resulting from bet multipliers: young cowboy poster’s X2, X5, or X10 multipliers; cowgirl poster’s X5, X20, or X25 multipliers; or balding cowboy poster’s X200 multiplier. The X2500 maximum single win (2500X100) is $250000.00.

The advanced Wanted Outlaws software: HTML5 technology, mobile/desktop versions, on/off sound and quick spin, and 10-100 automated rounds. Ambient background: instrumental country music.
Sound effects: clinking, swishing, whirring revolver, ringing, handgun cocking, gunshots, and “yee haw” exclamation. Animated 3D graphics: dolly zooming; falling coins; setting sun; poster-showing sheriff; and crosshairs on the glistening and flipping matching symbols.

Luck in Wanted Outlaws

Wanted Outlaws is a game of luck. RTP rate: 96.41%. House edge: 3.59%.


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