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Spitting tobacco is something we’ve seen a lot of in Westerns, with a spittoon being what you spit the leftover into. Gross as it is, Storm Gaming have used the receptacle as the title for their 5-reel, 20-winline slot machine.

While it’s more likely that they decided upon the name due to its western references rather than to draw attention to what a spittoon is and does, we can’t help but feel it was a bad name choice. The moment you read it you just think of cowboys and saliva. Not a nice combo.

Even though we’re still pretty uncomfortable about the activity, it’s still a casino game with some undeniable qualities, like three special bonus rounds and a very active wild that seems to make an appearance a lot of the time. And with the addition of a gamble feature after every win, you can soon be saying goodbye to the awful images and hello to lots of money.

Welcome to the Wild West of the Slots

The characters of the game look like they’ve been spewed up from a rejected Looney Tunes pilot, probably what was offered first and then turned down; they’re very stereotypical and badly drawn. Having said that, when the title was first released they would have looked impressive and therefore we need to give the title credit where it’s due – it’s simply a victim of becoming outdated. And that can happen over weeks not just years.

In regards to the reels themselves, they’re enlarged inside a wooden frame, the background the grain of the bark with which it was built; it’s minimalist. The only thing slightly intricate about it is the title itself, that gets shot up by several bullets and the T becomes crooked.

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Shootout at Dusk

Seven of the symbols, and that includes the wild, are the typical tiles you expect to see in a slot game - they’re fillers to keep the action going until you strike gold and get bonuses or the jackpot. The jackpot itself comes along from the wild, well five of them, and will give you a return of 10,000 credits.

The cleft chinned cowboy comes in a lot lower at 100 credits, and if you only manage to seek out three of them, you get a measly 5 credits. Still, it’s better than finding none and getting left with empty pockets and a game eating away at your wager.

Grab the TNT

Storm Gaming may have used different names and images in the bonus rounds, but sadly that’s about all they’ve done, for the dynamics of the mini level are the same as seen in some of their other games.

Customers need to detonate the piles of TNT until the game ends, which is normally when they find the hidden stop tile among the ones that promise multipliers and money. The in game activity can be activated by finding three or more of the matching symbol, and this can happen on any of the reels.

As for the wheel round, that requires three icons connected up, as does the Cashpot Feature, the only difference being the wheel awards you free spins and the cash presents quivering bags of coins.

One for a Rainy Day

Let’s get real for a second here, Spitoon isn’t going to be a game you dig out all that often, but one that is reserved for when boredom really hits and you’re out of other options. That may sound like a brutal commentary for a game, but it’s the painful truth that Spitoon is now too old to keep up with fresh games. And that’s only happened over the space of a few years.

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