The interface of this game is nothing different to what is provided in a standard slot game, offering up five reels and three rows worth of a layout. On the reels, you’ll find symbols of the various different characters from the film, including Tony Montana himself. There’s also Pfeiffer as Elvira, Bauer in his role as Manny, Loggia taking position as Lopez and the final icon is of Paul Shenar as Alejandro Sosa. These are joined by the frequently seen symbols of A, J, K, Q and 10, which have all been designed with the Miami coastline in the background of them. One or two more symbols exist in the game to provide it with its speciality features, which we’ll move on to shortly.
As well as the reels, rows and icons, Scarface also provides players with a total of 20 different bet lines, and these have been fixed in place by NetEnt, so are not able to customised. Instead, you will be able to alter the amount of funds that you wager per spin, and this is done in the first instance by switching around the coin value. This offers up a range of between €0.01 and €0.50 per line. Then, you can also adjust the bet level, which is changeable between one and 10, and if you have both of these up at their highest levels, you’ll be able to place a maximum overall wager of €100 per spin.