With the main goal to get the winning string of symbols in the line that a player has selected, Hot Shot can bring in some real money, thanks to its 9 paylines, 9 coin slots, and 5 reels.
How to play
The keys down and up are used for choosing the coin size. The keys down and up next to the coins field are used to set the bet amount. A bet max key is used if a player wishes to set the bet to its maximum automatically.
A line number field is used to set the desired amount of paylines.
A select lines field is used for raising the number of lines.
Spin field is used to spin the reels.
Win box shows the amount won for each winning string, which is highlighted across the reels.
Autiplay field, available only if a player is playing the games in the expert mode, is used to set several games in a row, without interacting with software.
Spins x5 and x10 are used to set a sequence of games that will be automatically played for five or ten rounds or spins. This feature is also available only in the expert mode.
Paytable is used to show how many coins a player has won per one winning string.
The symbol of the wild ball, which can appear only on the second, third and fourth reels, can be used to replace all other symbols, except for the scattered one.
A winning string is not formed if there are several of wild symbols on a selected payline.
The symbol can form a winning string, provided that at least three of them are found across the reels.
As a scattered symbol, it cannot be replaced with the wild symbol.
A player is allowed to bet just one coin on each payline.
A player receives only one payout per payline. In case he has more than one winning string, then he is paid only the one that is the most valuable.
The sum that is placed on each payline is used to determine the winnings, by multiplying the wins on the paylines.
Scattered winnings are determined by multiplying the entire bet amount with the type of symbols that a winning string is formed of. They are also combined with the regular ones.
All the symbols are paid starting from the 1st reel, i.e. they follow left-right rule, except for the scattered symbol that can pay in any direction.
The paytables show how much a player has won from every string, which is directly linked to the amount staked.
How many credits a player receives is directly linked to the amount of coins won which is multiplied with the size of the coins he has chosen, i.e. coin amount x size of the coins= credit amount.
A player receives the payments in coins, not credits.
In case of technical difficulties, the plays are cancelled.