Give Betsoft all the credit for this dapper, charming and rewarding slot game, Black Gold Slots.
This gritty, oil drilling, themed game comes in five reels along with 30 pay lines. The game play takes place at an oil refinery site somewhere in Texas. The cowboy oilman adorns the side of the reels on top of his horse. Win cash and prizes as you strike gold. Eureka! Black Gold does not feature any wild symbols, but rather several bonus symbols and re spins.
The first bonus feature is the drill for oil round. It takes landing at least three of oil drill icons to trigger this bonus round. In this round you will need to choose one of the oil drills to reveal your prize. The second bonus round is the oil pump round. It takes landing the oil pump icon on the first, second and fifth reels at the same time to enter this bonus. Here you get four chances to guess correctly whether or not the next number presented to you will be higher or lower. Get four misses, and the bonus round will end.
To play the regular free spins round, you will need to land at least 3 barn symbols. In this round, the barn door will turn wild, and will double winning combinations. And for each subsequent win, the winning multiplier will increase. All in all, the winning multiplier can go as high as ten times.
As mentioned earlier, Black Gold does not feature any wild symbol. Instead, if you score a win, the center reel will be frozen in place, while the other reels are spun. And if you score another winning combination, you will get another re spin, and the winning multiplier will increase by a factor of one, all the way to five times.
The other game symbols in Black Gold, are the cowboy, the horse, barrels, a cowboy hat, an oil pipe, an oil pump wheel, mounted bull horns, a sign. Regular game play wins are determined by getting three of a kind to land on the pay line from the left to the right. Feel free to place your own bets, or have them played for you through auto play. You can easily adjust your coin sizes in Black Gold as well as quickly choose the number of pay lines.