Head to the wilds of the great American west in Run with the Wolves Quad Shot. Created by Ainsworth, it’s a 5 reel, 25 payline slot that comes with a Free Games feature where you can choose from a trio of free spin and multiplier combinations. You’ll also have a shot at landing 1 of 4 jackpot prizes. Play from between £1.25 and £25 per spin.
The design here is typical Ainsworth. There’s an almost soft-focus look to the imagery. On the plain purple reels, you’ll see lower value A to 9 royal values alongside feathers, big cats, eagles and a Native American necklace. The bear is the top paying standard symbol, awarding 12 times your total stake if you land 5 on a payline. Appearing on reels 3, 4 and 5 only the wolf is the wild. It replaces all other symbols bar the scatter.
Land 3, 4 or 5 of that scatter (the logo) and you’ll pocket a payout of 5, 20 or 100 times your total stake as well as triggering the Free Games feature. You’ll then have the pick of 3 free spin and multiplier combinations:
- 20 free spins paid at 1x
- 12 free spins with wild wins doubled
- 8 free spins with wild wins trebled
Look out for 3 or more scatters appearing during the feature as they will reward you with 5 further free spins.
Run with the Wolves Quad Shot also offer the chance to win 1 of 4 jackpot prizes. To land 1 of them, you’ll need to hit a 5 of a kind combination plus the Quad Shot Bonus symbol in the single reel to the right of the main set. Whether you win the Mini, Minor, Maxi or Grand depends on what symbol made up your 5 of a kind winner and whether that combination included a wild. The one you’ll really be hoping to see is the Grand which awards a payout of 2,000 times your total stake.
Run with the Wolves Quad Shot is a typical slot from this developer. The design is nothing to write home about and looks pretty tired. The gameplay is equally basic. The wild multipliers with the free spins offer some potential. And of course, there’s the chance of landing a jackpot.
If you enjoy Ainsworth’s simple formula you should find enough to like here. If you’re not usually a fan, Wolves! Wolves! Wolves! by Playtech is a better alternative.