Brought to you by Eyecon, Stampede is made up of five reels and provides the player with 243 ways to win. This is a slot based on the safari theme and is a high variance slot. The main attraction is the free game bonus that offers players great rewards. It is possible to play Stampede across both desktops and mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets. Players can play each spin starting from 25p to £50. The interface of the slot is designed as savannah grassland with the rays of sun in the background.
Pay a visit to the African safari with Stampede
The symbols in Stampede are based according to the African Safari theme. The symbols that come with lower value are alphabets and numbers starting from A to 9. The higher value symbols are based on different wild animals. The wildebeest and the rhino are the two main symbols in the slot. If you are able to land these symbols, you can get 20 free coins. In the case of the cheetah symbol, you can bag 32 coins, while the lion symbol gives you up to 40 coins. The wild symbol acts as the substitute for all the other symbols in the slot, except the scatter symbol.
Free games bonus feature
The main attraction of stampede is the Free Games bonus feature. In order to bag the feature, you would need to land three, four or five elephants scatter symbols. Moreover, it is also possible to get five, ten, or even fifty times of the original stake that you have placed in the form of a bet. The following are the free spins and multiplier features you can win:
- 20 free spins and a 2x multiplier
- 15 free spins and a 3x multiplier
- 10 free spins and a 4x multiplier
- 8 free spins and a 5x multiplier
- 5 free spins and a 10x multiplier
In addition to these, you can also retrigger spins and multipliers up to 15 times. Furthermore, there are 80 free spins along with a 10x multiplier, and 320 free spins along with a 2x multiplier. There is also a provision to choose a new selection of free spins and multipliers.
With an RTP percentage of over 95%, this slot is an ideal play worth your time.
Author: Darren Henley