Kat Lee Bounty Hunter Slot from Amaya
This Amaya designed slot transports you into a futuristic world where both human and cyborg characters act as bounty hunters. Kat Lee is the central character of the game and stands to the left of the reels throughout. With large green eyes and a purple streak in her jet black hair, Kat Lee looks ready to take on the world in a camouflage top, leather pants and black boots – a striking figure indeed. She is joined to the right of the reels by a gun toting half human, half robot cyborg and between the two of them it’s pretty clear they run the town. This game features both a free spins round and a bonus feature where you’ll test out your shooting skills.
How to Win on Kat Lee Bounty Hunter
Your biggest wins come during the bonus features of the slot.
The first of these is a free spins feature. This is activated by landing Kat Lee on reel one and the Cyborg on reel five. You’ll have 3 free spins and each of these sees any wins multiplied by 3. This isn’t the most expansive free spins feature you’ll find online, the small number of spins perhaps disappointing, however seeing as this isn’t actually the main feature, it does a great job as a mini feature.
The main feature of the slot is the ‘Target Feature’. On the reels you’ll find a white symbol featuring a silhouette of a man, with red gun crosshairs pointed at him. When this symbol appears on reels 1, 2 and 3 on one of the selected pay lines you’ll enter the feature. You’ll be taken to a separate screen where you’ll now take aim at a selection of crates. You’ll pick two and win for each pick you’ll either win a cash prize or you’ll advance to the next level.
During the base game there are some pretty large wins too. The best of these come with the wild symbol which shows the title of the slot in front of high rise buildings. This wild will substitute for any other symbol on the reels leading to many additional wins, while it is also the highest paying symbol, worth an amazing 10,000 coins for the maximum five in a row.
Next on the pay table there are four comic book style symbols, which are joined by the playing cards A, K, Q and J, each of these highlighted with an exclamation mark. You’ll also find two scatter symbols on the reels in the form of a bomb and a hand grenade. Each of these pays out 5x, 20x and 50x your total bet size when landing 3, 4 or 5 anywhere on the reels respectively, while you’ll also find landing a combination of the symbols 3, 4 or 5 times will also see another payout heading your way.
Design and Setup
This game has a very distinctive look, appearing much like a futuristic comic book, all of the symbols designed in that style with added words such as ‘blam!’ and ‘boom!’ alongside the symbols. This gives the reels a busy and colorful look, which offsets the mainly grey backdrop nicely. You’ll also find some nice animation on the reels, although it’s not quite as impressive as some slots you’ll find online today. The accompanying sound is good, adding to the futuristic, slightly industrial feel to the game.
Kat Lee Bounty Hunter is a five reel slot with a total of 30 pay lines. This number is set, but you can choose to bet each line up to 10 times, meaning that the minimum credit size is 30, with a maximum of 300. The coin size per credit ranges from just 1c through to 25c. To spin the reels, you can hit ‘Bet max’ which will spin them for the maximum 300 credits, or hit ‘spin’ which will spin the reels at your chosen setting. You’ll also find an auto spin option, where you’ll manually set the number of spins using the up and down arrows – a good option, but not one that will cut down on your number of clicks.
Kat Lee Bounty is an entertaining slot, but whether it will have any long lasting appeal is open to question. The graphics are eye catching, but there are better looking games out there with a similar theme, while each of the bonus features is good without quite setting the world alight. However, with two added scatters and a high paying wild, there is enough here to keep you involved in the short term and it is certainly worth a spin or two.