Buffalo – Buffalo has few redeeming characteristics: it is visually unappealing, has a poor return on investment (RTI), has limited volatility, and has uninspired gameplay. This is a time window that we would not suggest.
Buffalo RTP 95.96%
|Slot function||Slot description|
|Slot date created:||2008|
|Features:||Free spins, Autoplay|
|Buffalo themes:||Animals, 5-Reels|
|Available on:||Mobile, Desktop|
This is a review of Buffalo, New York.
Theme and plot of the story
Set out into the vast expanses of the American West, where wolves and mountain lions stalk the elk and buffalo, while the magnificent bald eagle soars above them in the wide sky, hunting for prey.
Alternatively, if you want to stay inside, you might try your luck with the Buffalo slot machine, which has those creatures on any of its five reels.
Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.
Buffalo is a dreadful sport. The images are two-dimensional, out of date, and horribly pixelated. The background is a murky purple colour that is almost impossible to get on board with, and the symbols are that kind of fake oil painting that looks tacky and cheap.
The rewards are also printed in comic sans typeface to emphasize their comic book style.
The audio is also turned on. When it comes to ambient noise, it is just a loop of casino noise, which includes the sounds of players winning on other slots, rather than being tailored to the theme.
The fact that the game is ancient means that some of this may be overlooked, and it may even appeal to those who like a nostalgic experience, but the game is best played with the screen turned off and the audio set down to the lowest volume possible.
The bulk of the gameplay is straightforward, with no gamble function, extra mini-games, or progressive jackpots to complicate things. It’s as simple as clicking and spinning.
There is one innovative feature, however: Buffalo employs the “Reel PowerTM” algorithm to decide how many ways you may win a jackpot. Reel Power is a video slot that operates on the “1024-ways” concept, which means that you win by matching symbols in neighboring slots beginning from the left to the right. However, it also provides the option of reducing the number of reels that are played.
You always have the first reel and the third row of each succeeding reel, and scatters (see below for more information) continue to count even if they appear outside of the locations you have agreed to pay for in the first place.
Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.
There are no bonus rounds, but if you strike three or more Scatter symbols on a single spin, you will be awarded with free spins.
There is also a Wild symbol that appears on the middle three reels and has the ability to transform into payout multipliers (2x or 3x) during any bonus spins that are awarded.
Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance
This is a low-variance slot machine that will often pay out tiny sums. The highest single line payoff is just 300 coins, which means that if you play all 1024 ways, you will only get a 7.5x return on your investment on each spin.
Along with the low volatility, there is a low return to player of just 94.84 percent, which is somewhat lower than our yardstick of around 96 percent as the industry standard.
This is a mediocre video game. The gameplay is straightforward, the aesthetics are unappealing, the soundtrack is bizarre, and the rewards are horrible.
In addition to its technological shortcomings, it is extremely pricey, with a return on investment (ROI) of just 94.84 percent. Because of the minimal volatility, you will be able to see the cost of the vig in your coin purse quite quickly.
All things considered, this is not a game we would suggest.