Thunderhorn Slot Review
Thunderhorn will transport you to the plains of Africa, providing you with reels that include various different icons relating to the continent. From native animals, such as leopards and rhinos, through to various different tribal items, including masks and drums, this game very much takes you to the moment – even if it does have a lack of any kind of soundtrack. Even spinning the reels plays a little musical ditty that doesn’t really fit in with the rest of the theme. However, the backdrop that the game is set against is very awe-inspiring and provides some sort of relief.
Layout-wise, Thunderhorn has five separate reels and four rows. Bally have included 1024 ways to win into its game play, and in order to achieve a win, players must alter the coin value around to suit their preferences before pressing the spin button. Coins can be changed between £0.01 and £16.00, while the amount of them wagered will be automatically multiplied by 40. Therefore, a total maximum wager of £640 per spin is able to be placed.
The game’s wild symbol is represented by the lone tree backdropped by a setting sun. This will appear only on reels two, three and four, and when it does, it will substitute for any other symbol, except the bonus icon, to create a winning combination.
The scatter icon, represented by the icon with the word ‘BONUS’ written across it, will award freespins should three, four or five appear anywhere on the reels. A total of eight, fifteen or 20 freespins are given, depending upon the amount of scatters showing on the reels, and during the round, every wild that appears will multiply your total win for that spin by either two or three.
Thunderhorn probably won’t be remembered as one of the greats when it comes to online slot games, but it does provide a decent enough distraction with its 1024 ways to win and freespins round.