Roam the prairies with the buffaloes in search of big payouts in Blazin' Buffalo slots. Developed by Rival Gaming, this game takes you back to the pre-railroad days of western America, when bison roamed free throughout the plains. The graphics, western music and large collection of animals (bears, snakes, wolves etc) do a good job of selling the nature feel. You can also look forward to free spins and a bonus round, as we'll discuss in this Blazin' Buffalo review.
Symbols and Betting
Along with some generic letters, symbols in this game include a snake, hawk, ram, wolf, bear, money bags, buffalo and playing cards.
The money bags are the jackpot symbol, and you earn 3,000 coins if you get five of these in a payline. There's also a wild symbol (the moon), and this replaces any other symbol to form a wining combination when possible. The wild icon also has a 2x multiplier for any winning combos that you form.
Moving to betting options, you can change the coin size from $0.01-$0.25, play up to 50 paylines and put up to 10 coins on each payline. Bet the one-cent minimum if you're a lower roller, or max out everything at $125.00 per spin if you have a huge bankroll.
Blazin' Buffalo Slots Special Features
If you get 3 or more Blazin' Buffalo symbols on the reels, you'll earn free spins. 3 symbols nets you 7 free spins, 4 symbols results in 15 spins, and 5 symbols results in 50 spins. During the free spins, the first reel will catch on fire and remain wild until your spins are over with.
Playing cards are the bonus symbol, and you'll trigger a "Find the Buffalo" bonus round if you get three or more of these symbols on the reels. This is a pretty basic second-screen game, where you try to guess which of the three cards is a buffalo. If you've ever played Three-Card Monte before, you should be quite familiar with this bonus round.
Roam with the Herd in Blazin' Buffalo
This game probably won't become your top choice whenever you sit down to play slots. The theme isn't overly relevant to most people, and the bonus round is pretty rudimentary. However, we wouldn't quite rule out Blazin' Buffalo due to the fact that it's at least well-designed and offers nice graphics/music. So if you're looking for a unique theme to try so that you can kill an hour or less, then Blazin' Buffalo isn't a bad choice.