The Enforcer is a Wild West themed slot from Ainsworth. There are plenty of generic looking symbols upon the reels of this game, such as flaming bull skulls, steam trains, gun-toting cowboys, and the predictable sheriff’s badge, all set against wooden reels, adding an air of realism to the slot’s theme. The Enforcer offers just 20 paylines on its 5-reel structure, and players can adjust them. They can alter their line bets from 0.01 up to 100.00, though. As you can imagine, this creates one goliath wagering range capable of suiting players on all budgets. Bets stem from a floor of just 0.01 per line per spin, up to an eye-watering 2,000.00 per spin. If you happen to be playing with the maximum wager (which is doubtful), you can pocket wins worth as much as 200,000 coins in this slot. However, a simpler way to express that figure is to say that no matter what stake you bet, the jackpot is capped at 100x
The fiery cattle skull (the brand icon) appears as a wild in The Enforcer. Wild symbols do not offer cash prizes on their own, although landing them on the reels will see them substitute for other icons barring the cowboy (sheriff) symbol.
Players who land 3 or more of the cowboy/sheriff scatter icons will trigger a free spins bonus round in The Enforcer, although they will not pocket scattered wins with these symbols in the base game.
The free spin bonus round offers slightly different symbol features and it is not shy about altering the values those symbols can pay out either. The scatters become extra wilds in the bonus round, whilst the original wild suddenly gains monetary value and can dish out wins worth up to 10,000 coins if they appear 5 times on a payline. Aside from those features, there is nothing incredible about the bonus round at all. In fact, there is nothing overly impressive about this simple slot full-stop. Few players are going to wager two-grand a game on a slot which doesn’t seem to offer a host of features, and only contains a top prize worth 100x your total bet.
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