It is a 5- reel, 20 line slot with all the images you would imagine you would see at some backwoods moonshiners home. You can bet from one penny per line up to 25 cents per line. You then can choose how many coins per line to bet from 1 to 10. So you can actually bet 20 cents a spin up to $50 a spin.
Some of the images the game offers are Grandpa (the Moonshiner himself) ,Grandma in her rocking chair, the old bloodhound dog, his tractor, his shotgun and even a nasty old spitoon! The noises that accompany this are rather different. When you get a winning combination of shotguns, the shotgun goes off and if you get a winning combination of three or more spitoons, you get the realistic sound of someone spitting into the spitoon.
There is an expanding wild on this slot. Expanding Wilds only appear on Reel 1 and will fill the entire reel to give you more winning combinations. It will not substitute for the Scatter symbol.
Three or more Grandpa symbols anywhere on the reels in one spin, will trigger the Bottle Bonus. In the Bottle Bonus, you are shown a dozen brown jugs and you are asked to choose 3 of them. The cork pops and an amount is shown. After choosing the 3 jugs, the amounts are added together and you are awarded that amount and returned to the regular game.
Getting three or more chickens during any spin will start the Chicken Shoot Bonus Round. You enter the Chicken Shoot with six shotgun shells and a shotgun. You look around and watch for the six chickens. Shoot at them and at the end of the slot bonus round, all the scores of the ones you kill are added together and you are awarded the total amount accumulated.
This was a pretty cute game and fun to play. The Chicken
Shoot Bonus Round took me quite a while to get but I got
the Bottle Bonus very often. Of course, I was playing in free
that could have lowered the odds of
getting the bonus round.