Deadwood R.I.P. Slot Review

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Deadwood R.I.P Slot Overview

Deadwood R.I.P is a casino slot from Nolimit City and a combined sequel to two of the provider’s most prominent games. 

Stay calm, everybody, we just have one of the most exciting titles ever on our hands. First, we had Tombstone, with its nudging Wild reels creating explosive wins and bringing a type of volatility to the table that we had seldom seen before. That inspired Deadwood, adding layers to an already seemingly complete game. But a couple of years later, the series transformed into something the industry had never seen before. Tombstone R.I.P offered something absurd, a 300,000x max win. We had seen crazy Jackpots before, but no game where you could win numbers like that “realistically”. Of course, a max win like that brought with it an extreme volatility level, as much RTP needs to be distributed to it. So when we saw the title “Deadwood R.I.P”, we almost got worried about the potential volatility that it could bring if Nolimit City decided to match or even top the 300,000x max win. But we were met with both relief and slight disappointment seeing it had been toned down slightly to 100,000x in Deadwood R.I.P. Probably for the better, to be honest, as that is still a crazy number. But let’s stop beating around the bush. It’s time to travel to the adrenaline-filled town of Deadwood and see what the Wild West has to offer!

Deadwood R.I.P is a video slot from Nolimit City with 5 reels and a row setup of 3-4-4-4-2, resulting in 384 payways. Players can choose between making a of 0.10 and a of 100. The game has a default RTP of 96.09%, but there are also versions with 94.04% and 92.03%, so be on the lookout. Its free spins hit frequency of 1 in 243 implies that, on average, you can expect to trigger Free Spins once in 243 spins. Lastly, the game is played at high volatility and can net you a max win of 100,000x the bet, with a max win frequency of 1 in 150m spins

You won’t leave Deadwood alive unless you’re prepared, so read up on the mechanics. The features of Deadwood R.I.P are Fifth Reel, xNudge, xSplit, Quick Draw, Shootout, xRip, Redemption Spins, Salvation Spins, xBet, Double xBet, and Feature Buy. 

Deadwood R.I.P. Slot Review

Deadwood R.I.P Slot Information

Deadwood R.I.P feels even more old school than its predecessors. Its base game is quite gray, but that gives off quite a dope vibe, reminding us of old Wild West flicks. Some more color is added in the bonus games, and Nolimit City has done a great job adding nice contrasts to the slot. Our favorite thematic addition, though, is the music. This is where Nolimit City is lightyears ahead of pretty much all competition, as the music truly feels made for this game and this setting specifically. 

Deadwood R.I.P can be played on all common mobile devices and desktops. A winning combination is made by landing 3 or more matching symbols on consecutive reels, starting from the leftmost reel. However, the win must be equal to or greater than the base bet to be paid out.

The lower-paying symbols consist of 10JQK, and A. Five-of-a-kind with these pays 1x-1.2x the bet. The higher-paying symbols include various gunslingers. A winning combination of 5 with one of these pays 1.5x-3.5x the bet, with the guy smoking a cigar being the highest-paying symbol.