3021 AD: The Bounty Hunter Slot (Yggdrasil)
3021 AD: The Bounty Hunter is the latest addition to the Gigablox series, Yggdrasil has partnered with a developer known as Reflex Gaming to create this awesome title.
Here, we get to work with a bounty hunter known as SK-1000, and I will share my journey playing this title for real money:
The game offers quite a large gaming area, and by this, I mean 6x6 reels: however, I counted only 40 active lines.
Obviously, this is a Gigablox slot, which means that you will occasionally get some big symbols on synced reels.
Other symbols include free spins, wilds, and multipliers.
Betting and Prizes
The least that I was allowed per spin is $0.20, while the maximum that can go into each spin is $100. This makes it a flexible and accommodating title for all levels of gaming budgets.
If you wish to purchase some free spins, you will need to pay up to 100x the stake.
With the help of multipliers, you can walk away with as much a 3,714x the stake, from just one spin.
My greatest concern is the below-average RTP 94% which is way below what we see on most modern slots.
Bounty Hunter GIGABLOX Features
The Gigablox mechanic works by choosing multiple reels to sync, and to deliver symbols on them. They could be either smaller symbols, or bigger ones going up to 5x5 in size. It is possible to have all the symbols land as blocks, and this includes the scatters.
With the scatter icon, I was able to trigger the free spins, with each scatter icon rewarding me with 1 free spin. Since its possible to get the Gigablox sized scatters, the free spins add up pretty fast.
While in the free spins mode, I managed to form winning combinations, and these enabled me to get a multiplier that was delivered by the Bounty Hunter. You can get a multiplier of between 1x and 25x.
Afterwards, I was now able to randomly trigger the Wild Reel.
Theme & Design
The year is 3021 AD, which obviously tells us that we are likely going to get the idea of how they world will look, 1000 years to come.
The main character in the game is the bounty hunter (SK-1000), and the action takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting. I can see several destroyed buildings as well as bridges in the background.
Getting to the reels, we find the Wild and Free Spins logos, along with images of red or purple mutants, male and female humans, plus futuristic neon-colored representations of the four card suits.
It does look futuristic, but it doesn’t have a good design to go with it. It’s clumsy, with graphics that look half-comic book and half-3D video game inspired.
3021 AD: The Bounty Hunter could work if it wasn’t designed to offer such a low Return to Player. Because of that alone, I’d recommend you stay away from it.