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Pamplona Overview


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Pamplona Slot

Statistics

Available on Mobile NO
Variance Med
RTP 96.03%
Pay-lines 1024WAY
Free Spin Bonus YES
Stacked Wilds NO
Expanding Wilds NO
Scatter Symbol NO
No. of Jackpot Tiers NOT APPLICABLE
Provider Pamplona
Game Type Vegas Slots
Jackpot No

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Pamplona review


There are a few things that I wouldn’t mind doing during a trip to Spain but being chased by a group of bulls isn’t one of them. The Pamplona Bull Run is just that and this 600-year-old tradition is the theme for this IGT slot.

Running in front of bulls is probably a unique theme for a slot game. The symbols are a little bit of a disappointment though with no sign of any bulls chasing people. To be honest, if someone told you this was a game that had a theme of bullfighting then you’d probably believe them. Even the background to the reels is a bullfighting arena. The symbols we do get are swords, fans, a bull, a red cape and flowers. The wild symbol is the matador and can substitute for all other symbols apart from the scatter. That’s the El Toro (bull for those not knowing much Spanish) on an orange background, more about how that can help win you big cash prizes shortly. The rest of the reels are padded out with the nine to Ace playing card symbols, a couple too many methinks and nothing to do with the theme.

This is a five-reel game that has four rows of symbols and 1024 ways to win. That high figure is down to the fact that this is another IGT game that has the MultiWay Xtra format. Here wins are paid in both directions and for matching symbols on adjacent reels. To find out more about this have a good look through the paytable and the game rules, then have some free games. Playing the game isn’t too costly, the range goes from £0.50, handy if you’re just looking for some fun, all the way up to £1000 so ideal for all you high rollers out there.

If you’re going to be playing this game for a decent period of time then use the autospin feature. This can be set for ten to fifty automated spins.

Bonus Game


You’ll be keen to trigger the El Toro Bonus Game. To do so you need three of the El Toro scatters symbols anywhere on the reels. Once that has been done, you are given a choice of free spins and multipliers.

You can either have five free spins with a multiplier that could be as high as 20x. Or you could go you for ten free spins with a multiplier up to 15x, a total of 15 free spins and a multiplier that can get up to 10x. The offers keep on coming so you could go for 20 free spins with a multiplier that can go up to 5x or 30 free spins with the multiplier only getting up to 3x. Go for something in the middle, 15 free spins looks good to me. During the free spins you can re-trigger the free spins but this is only allowed three times.

Conclusion


The Spanish theme is a good one but not quite executed properly. Why name it after the area that has the infamous bull run and then just give us another matador game? There are plenty of ways to get some good wins though, handy if you fancy popping over to Spain to be chased by a bull. Probably more entertaining than watching recent series of Benidorm.’ The bonus games is a good one though, make sure you make a choice that gives you a decent number of free spins and multiplier.