Tombstone is a video slot from Nolimit City, and the game borrows its inspiration from the western-theme.
Tombstone uses a 5-reel set-up, with a total of 108-pay lines. The reels use a geometric set-up of 2-3-3-3-2 symbols high.
No Limit City has offered several features for this slot and they include Multiplier Wilds, Expanding Wilds, Retrigger, Increasing Multiplier, Wild Reels, and Sticky Wilds,
If you want to play for real money, you can do so by placing wagers of between 10 cents and $50 per spin.
The slot is highly volatile, and you can land wins of over 11,000 x the stake. I’m satisfied with the slot’s RTP of 96.18% which is within the average in the market.
Tombstone is an action-packed video slot that relies heavily on varying wild features.
In the middle part are 3 wild symbols that appear in stacked form, and you will only get them on the three middle reels.
The developer uses different names for these wilds and they include posters of Outlaw wilds like Skinny Joe (horse thief), Edda Star (bank robber), and El Gordo (a notorious gangster).
The wilds are partial in view, and they will occasionally appear. Every push increases the win multiplied by 1, and the maximum it can get is 3x.
The slot offers 3 free spins as well, which are:
Justice Spins – to activate this spin, the Sheriff and Marshall badge must show up on the first and the last reels of the slot. It will give you up to 3 spins and they will remain sticky where all the wilds appear.
Gunslinger Spins – to activate this one, you will need 3 scatter symbols. When done successfully, it will reward you with several freebies starting with 10 free spins.
Bounty Spins – will require you to land the Sheriff and Marshall badge on the first and last reel along with the 3 scatters. Initially, you will be rewarded with 12 free spins, from this feature, that is a combination of both the Gunslinger and the Justice Spins. Each additional scatter will give bring along an extra spin.
NoLimit City uses the typical western saloon theme, with a lot of inspiration coming from an instrumental background.
For its symbols, Tombstone has Royals, alongside others like dynamite, guns, horseshoes, gold bars, and bags of money.
Tombstone appears to have borrowed inspiration from a classic 2009 release by NetEnt titled Dead or Alive.
This version from NoLimit City is among the best that the developer has produced, and I especially love the great design and high-quality work that has gone into producing it.
The slot has good potential, but it is also risky to play given its high volatility.