Fire Hawk

Vegas Technologies introduces a new Native American themed slot… Fire Hawk!

This 25-line, 5-reel slot can be played for a penny per line up to $10 per line. There are ten paying regular play symbols in the game, the highest being the Indian Princess which awards you 6,000 coins if five appear on a payline.

The wild symbol of the game is the Indian Chief which substitutes for all other symbols of the game, with the exception of the scatter symbol, to help you complete winning combinations – however, the wild symbol is found on reels two & four only.

The scatter symbol of the game is the fire hawk. Two fire hawks appearing anywhere on your screen will pay you double your triggering bet and three or more fire hawks will trigger the free spin feature in which you are awarded twenty free spins. If the feature is triggered with the wild chief appearing on reels two OR four you will be awarded two or five times your win, respectively. If the wild chief symbols triggers on reels two AND four, you will be awarded ten times your win. The free spin feature can be re-triggered during free spin play.

My Play

Beginning with $35, I played all 25 lines at five cents per line for a total spin bet of $1.25. Within a total of 51 spins, the wild symbol completed two winning combinations for me, the scatter paid me double my triggering bet twice, and the free spin feature was never triggered.

Losing my initial deposit, I wanted to give this slot another chance and deposited another $25, spinning at the same bet value. Within a total of 35 spins, the wild symbol completed a total of four wins, the scatter paid me double my bet three times and again, the free spin feature did not trigger. I ended play losing a total of $60 within 86 spins.


This is not a slot I would play again or recommend to anyone. The potential for big wins is there… if the free spin feature triggers and you get the wild chief with it as well. Other than that, the wins during regular play are small and it just seemed to grab my money with little return… not once, but twice.