Girls with Guns Games

We do love a great slot game that has a sequel or two to offer as well. You may not instantly recognize the Girls with Guns title from Microgaming, but if you don't, what better time could there be to give it a try?

This is a dynamic and action-packed idea, and it comes with some interesting treats to look for. How far will you go in finding some prizes to win on these reels?

Girls with Guns

This is the original game, with 243 ways to win across the five reels. The game logo is a substitute, it appears stacked on every reel, and replaces everything else that could appear, except for the scatter. There is a special wild here too, showing as the silhouettes of the Girls with Guns themselves. This doesn't replace the scatter either, but if it appears on reel three it will expand there.

Three or more scatters guarantee 15 free spins, with a wild reel on each spin appearing at random. Oh, and there's a chance to win up to 1.9 million coins overall!

Girls with Guns: Frozen Dawn

The sequel boasts a similar logo, but while the first game was set in the jungle, this one is set in a snowy location. The girls are therefore dressed for it, appearing with skis and goggles. The Shootout Bonus can be triggered after a non-winning spin, enabling you to choose a target to win a prize.

The scatter is a satellite in space, weirdly, and three or more trigger 12 free spins with either Frozen Wilds or Magnetic Wilds awarded at random. And as with the first game, the base game sees a standard wild and a special wild appearing on the reels as well. And yes, the special wild will take over the third reel should it appear there.

Which one will you like most?

If you like the first Girls with Guns game, you're almost certain to like the sequel too. There are far fewer coins to be won here, with the most being 437,000 of them. Mind you, chances are you won't win the biggest amounts, so it is worth a go at both titles if you like your chances.

This is a quirky theme and not a common one either, so that alone means it is worth checking out in demo mode at least. Do you agree?