Firehawk – A Slice of History and Culture of the Native Americans
The slots game of Firehawk has the background of an Indian settlement situated in a landscape in North America, complete with an orange sunset over the isolated prairie. The game is devoted to the history and culture of all the Native American tribes, and it all takes place in their homeland of North America. Anyone interested in that period of American history will find an added appeal in this game.
Firehawk is a five reel, 20 pay line game. Players can play with fewer than the 20 lines, but will not get paid for combinations that appear on the inactive pay lines. The coin size is profitable, as it starts from 0.01 and goes up to 10.00, with regular stops. Players can wager only one coin per pay line.
Amazing Graphics and Sound
There are the standard 10 through Ace playing card symbols. Together with these symbols, are the Native American icon symbols, a feathered headdress, peace pipes, drums and dream catchers, as well as the typical Indian Chief, and a Squaw, a female member of the tribe. The symbols are well drawn, and reflect the American Indian culture.
The Indian woman is the most valuable symbol, and the player can be awarded the very big win of 6000 coins if he finds five of her symbols on the reels. The awesome looking Indian Chief is the Wild in this game. He appears on reels 2 and 4 only, but like all Wilds can substitute for all the regular symbols, other than the Scatter.
The Chief symbol does not offer any pay line wins. The face of the Indian Chief changes into a group of Indians performing a war dance around the fire and letting out war cries, but the other symbols do not demonstrate any animation. The Indian Chief wild symbol does not substitute for the Firehawk scatter symbol to complete any winning combinations, or to activate the Free Spins bonus round.
Some Really Profitable Payouts Offered
The character in the title, the Fire Hawk, rising like a phoenix with wings outstretched above the flames, is the main Scatter symbol. Three or more of this symbol anywhere on the reels activates an attractive little animation, as well as a profitable Free Spins bonus feature. In the free spins the payouts are not multiplied unless the Indian Chief symbol comes into play. The player is offered three options if the Indian Chief does appear, either to be awarded twenty free spins with a multiplier of two times, or 15 free spins with a multiplier of three, or 10 free spins that comes with a good multiplier of four times. This free spins feature can be re-triggered. There are no progressive jackpots offered in Firehawk. The first two jackpots are fixed, and the payouts are really profitable at 6000 coins and 3000 coins. This game can be played for free or for real money, whatever the player decides is expedient.
Firehawk has a comprehensive Auto Play feature that will allow the player to set the number of automatic spins he wants to make, as well as the time between the spins. The player is also able to enable a number of conditions. As soon as any one of these is completed, the Auto Play will automatically stop.