Pawn Stars

Pawn Stars
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Pawn Stars Bally Slot Game

Generally speaking, Bally is more than confident enough in its own creations that branded slots action bearing the Bally name is actually few and far between. Indeed, at the time of writing, this is the only branded game from the developer that we’ve got here at Games Mania, although the links are obvious. Pawn Stars is not only a massive international hit, but the store that serves as the location for the show is actually within walking distance of Bally’s headquarters. It sounds like a match made in heaven to us and also gives us the opportunity to see exactly what Bally can do when presented with a license of this size. So, let’s take a look at how it all comes together!

The main board doesn’t break new territory for Bally – there are thirty win lines and the themed symbols all look great and will be right up the street of any fans of the show. The Pawn Stars sign is the wild card and by its very nature can come along in stacks, filling entire reels as it does so.

Pawn Stars Free Spins

Of even greater importance on the game than the wild card is the Free Games ring, styled after one of the most commonly sold items on the show. They appear on reels one, three and five and you’ll be looking to land one on each in order to scoop free games, with ten on offer together with an instant cash prize worth double your total stake. There aren’t actually any themed additions to the game as such – it’s a basic ten spins round with a multiplier but they’re free so we’ll take them!

The Pawn Bonus

The ring isn’t the only scatter symbol to keep an eye out for on the game, as it’s also well worth keeping an eye out for the team on their own symbol. This one lands on the second, third and fourth reels and hitting all three at the same time will award a pick a win game. It’s a guaranteed big win as the potential cash on offer, regardless of the item chosen, runs from between two hundred to three thousand times your stake. You also get a second chance – if the offer is on the low side then you can turn it down but must accept the second offer. This one comes in at somewhere between 150 and four thousand times your line bet.

The Pawn Stars slot looks as great as any player could hope, but we can’t help feeling that Bally has missed out somewhat as the features are pretty standard to say the least. Oh well, we never know – there may be a sequel on the horizon where things are taken further. In the meantime, it is definitely a solid all round slot and if you’re a fan of the show then you’ll definitely be happy with it. See what you think of the game for yourself by playing with no deposit or download on the full game at the top of this review.

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