Buffalo Spirit is an online video slots machine game from WMS developers. It features five reels, 30 paylines and players are allowed a maximum total of 3 coins. These range in value from 0.01 to 3, allowing those who prefer lower stakes to enjoy the game right alongside their high-roller counterparts. There is a jackpot of 1 500 on offer, as well as a bonus round; between ten and 40 free spins; and a multiplier of two. Buffalo Spirit is a G+ Deluxe slot, and it features two excellent bonus features.
Players need to land three or more of the Buffalo Spirit scatter feature icons in order to trigger the game’s extra feature, and when he or she manages to do so they will be awarded with between ten and 40 free spins. The amount of complimentary spins awarded the player will depend on how many scatter feature symbols were landed: three will get ten free spins; four will get 20 and five will access the maximum 40 free spins.
All winnings incurred during this portion of Buffalo Spirit play will be subject to a multiplier of two, and players managing to land three or more of the scatter feature icons will be able to access even more free spins. There is also another set of reels in place that affords players more chances to win, and the replicating wild makes it a potentially very profitable section of the Buffalo Spirit game. A wild symbol appearing on a payline during the free spins feature will trigger this, and it transforms a random amount of symbols into wilds for the player to profit from.
WMS Industries, Inc. is an electronic amusement and gaming company from the United States of America that bases its development services along with its main headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada. This company’s chief subordinate businesses are Williams Interactive and WMS Gaming. The latter is able to trace its roots as far back as 1943, when Harry E. Williams founded the Williams Manufacturing Company and started looking into online blackjack Canada. The company as it stands today, however, was officially opened much later on, in 1974, as Williams Electronics, Inc. In 2013, WMS Gaming become one of Scientific Games’ wholly owned subsidiaries.
The Williams Manufacturing Company initially focused on making pinball machines, and was reorganised as Williams Electronics Manufacturing Division when it was acquired by Seeburg Corporation, a jukebox manufacturer, in 1964.
The company branched out in 1973 into making coin-operated arcade video games with Paddle Ball, a game cloned on Pong, and went on to create a number of video games which are today seen as all-time classics, like Robotron: 2084 and Defender.
Williams altered its parent-name to WMS Industries, Inc. when it made its public offering in 1987, WMS being a shortened version of the word Williams. It acquired Bally/Midway, its competitor, in 1988, which it spun off ten years later along with its video game business. The pinball division for this company shut down in 1999, five years after it entered the slot machine market.