Sticky Bandits is a 5 reel, 5 row, 30 payline slot from Quickspin. Playable on all devices from as little as 15p to as much as £90 per spin, you are plunged into the cacti-strewn canyons of the Wild West as the Sticky Bandits try to loot the runaway train in order to give you the riches.

Visually, Quickspin always produce superb looking slots and Sticky Bandits is no exception – set in a typical canyon in the Wild West, you will see 2 guns above the reels which looks rather cool I must say. On the reels, symbols include Western style playing cards (A, K, Q and J) as well as sackfuls of gold coins, dynamite sticks and the dodgy desperadoes (3 of them). The female bandit is the most lucrative giving you 200 coins for 5 across a payline. The spaghetti western soundtrack is also very good.

More importantly, Sticky Bandits benefits from massive wild symbols – 2 of them in fact which are train heist villains. They both acts as a wild and bonus symbol and therefore substitute for all symbols. The massive wild symbols are 2 reels wide and can take over 2 whole reels. The train is the bonus symbol which appears only on reel 1 – both wild and bonus symbols award no specific payouts.

Sticky Bandits is all about the Free Spins Bonus feature which is played when a Bonus symbol appears anywhere on the 1st reel and a wild appears on reels 2 or 4 – you will then be rewarded with 7 free spins. The positions containing the wilds when you triggered the feature will remain in place for the duration of the feature.

For example, if a wild covered reels 2 and 3 entirely, it will remain fixed for all free spins. Furthermore, any more wilds landing during the feature will also remain sticky!

Needless to say, the Free Spins Bonus feature is where the big wins will come from due to the sticky wilds. It’s a medium to high offering which maximum wins of up to 739 times your total stake on each free spin. Overall, another superb offering from Quickspin which is surely going to rival the other popular Wild West inspired high variance favourite, NetEnt’s Dead or Alive.