- The low-value symbols are 9 to A card royals.
- 9, 10, and J pay 1.5x your stake for 5 on a payline.
- Q, K, and A pay 2x your stake for 5 on a payline.
- The higher-value symbols are classic Wild West gear.
- The horseshoe and whip pay 6x your stake for 5 on a payline.
- A pair of boots with spurs pays 6x your stake for 5 on a payline.
- A lawman's hat and gloves pay 8x your stake for 5 on a payline.
- A pair of silver revolvers pay 20x your stake for 5 on a payline.
- The wild is a sheriff that substitutes for all other symbols, except the scatter.
- The scatter is a sheriff's badge that activates free spins.
- The wanted poster symbols appear during free spins and award you cash prizes.
The slot's sole bonus feature is activated by landing 3, 4, or 5 scatters that will award you 10, 15, or 20 free spins. The wild symbol only emerges when this feature is active and if it appears on the reels at the same time as the wanted poster symbols, it will add their values together and add it to your feature payout. The poster with the masked man is worth 2x, 5x, or 10x your stake, the poster with the outlaw toting a gun is worth 15x, 20x, or 25x your stake, while the bearded outlaw poster is always worth 200x your stake.
Wanted Outlaws Nobleways shows that fighting crime does pay, but the gameplay is skewed in favour of the special features. Western-themed slots are a popular choice for players and the developer ensured that the look and feel of this title make it stand out. The symbol illustrations aren't the most detailed but the combined effect of them together with the wooden reel frame and background graphics somehow make for a more authentic feeling western experience.
The base game fails to excite as all the features, including the wild symbol only make an appearance during free spins. The gameplay experience is significantly more entertaining during free spins and the slot's top prize of $250 000 could be within your grasp if you land the right combination of wilds and wanted symbols.