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The Warriors was a cult film that was released back in 1979 after the book of the same name was written 14 years earlier. The film sees ‘The Warriors’, one of the New York City gangs be falsely implicated in the murder of another gang leader, meaning they become targets of all the state wide gangs who had agreed a truce. In 1979 the film was generally panned by the critics, but over 30 years later the film is now regarded as something of a classic – rated 16th on the ‘Top 50 Greatest Cult Films’ list by Entertainment Weekly.

The film spawned a video game in 2005 and now iSoftbet have made the film the subject of a slot. In comparison to many other games, you’d have to say that the slot has a very bare look. The reels have a plain back background and the playing card symbols on the reels are sprayed graffiti style. These are joined by Mercy (Deborah van Valkenburgh), Swan (Michael Beck), Cowboy (Tom McKitterick) and Cochise (David Harris) – all of these symbols being photos of the characters, backed by graffiti once again. Throughout the game, you’ll hear sounds from the city, including traffic and the general sound of machinery.

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Setup and Play for The Warriors Slot

This slot is has five reels much like the majority of online slots, however this game has 243 ways to win, as opposed to the usual win lines. This means that if a symbol should appear on 3 or more consecutive reels from the left hand reel, you are guaranteed a win whichever position they are in. In fact, some of the symbols will even pay out if appearing on just the first two reels. These 243 ways to win will come at the cost of 50 credits which you’ll multiply by both your coin value and the bet amount to find your stake for each spin.

The highest paying symbol is Mercy, which pays out 2,000 coins if landing on all five reels. Swan, Cowboy and Cochise come next at 1,000, 500 and 400 coins respectively. The playing card symbols bring up the rear and pay out between 400 and 100 coins for a full house.

The wild symbol features both Swan and Mercy and will substitute for any other symbol at the slot apart from the bonus one. This symbol only makes an appearance on reels 2 to 5; however when it does form part of a winning line, the win amount is doubled. You’ll be able to make use of the auto spin button, which will set the game in motion until you either land the free spins feature, stop the game yourself or the gangs have taken all of your cash.

The final symbol is the bonus round which is activated by landing the bonus symbol (represented by The Warriors gang badge) on each of the 1st, 3rd and 5th reels.

The Warriors Slot Free Spins Round

The feature is a much more interesting round than you’ll normally find when you have free spins, where you’ll usually be given a set number. Here you’ll have to make 3 pick-em style choices. Firstly you’ll pick one of the 3 symbols on reel one to reveal the number of free spins you’ll receive. The pick on reel 3 will reveal the multiplier that will be in play throughout the free spins round. Your final pick is on reel 5 and this will reveal which of the game symbols will be stacked throughout the feature.

If you make the right choices, you could feasibly have a free spins round with 50 spins and a 10x multiplier, making for a highly profitable round – especially if you also factor in the stacked symbols, meaning some of these wins could come in large clusters.

The Warriors Slot Conclusion

This is certainly a slot that will divide opinion. Some players will hate the minimalist look of the slot immediately and quickly move on to play a more visually appealing game. Others however might like the look of the game, this look being in keeping with the feel of the cult film. The gameplay in general is a little bare too, with not too much to keep you involved – however it has to be said that the feature is worth aiming for, the interactive options at the start giving you more involvement than usual. This feature alone isn’t enough to make this slot grab any headlines, so it won’t be making any top ten lists - perhaps in 30 years’ time this slot might have something of a cult following though!

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