But that’s enough about Dead or Alive. This one not only shares the same theme but also the fact that it’s a highly volatile game, so be aware.

You may go through your budget pretty quickly as frustration kicks in that you’re not getting any wins. Or you may go on a good run where your quadruple your money in no time. Yeah, proper volatile.

One of the great things about this game are just how clean, sharp and colourful the symbols are. Typical Quickspin to pay so much care and attention on them but they really add something to the game.

The base game works in the same way as it does in most games, although we do note that there isn’t a Wild in play during it.

But that’s more than compensated for by the (occasional) presence of the Quick Slot symbol on Reel 5. It will activate a stand-alone slot game. So a slot within a slot, if you prefer.

You’ll get between 1 and 3 spins on it and it’s a classic looking one-armed bandit that only has the traditional four symbols- cherry, bar, horseshoe and lucky sevens. It’s the Sevens you want here because three of them pays 500x your stake.

Three Scatters, represented by skulls, and you’re into the free spins round. You’ll get three of them and anytime one of the outlaws shows upon the reels, a shot is fired, transforming a symbol into another that will probably help you.

What you want the shot to hit is a 2×2 or 3×3 outlaw symbol as that will turn all positions into Sticky Wilds. Then it really is all guns blazing for the rest of the round!