A few different Al Capone slots can be played across the net, and the little-known Slow Motion provider develops this one. The slot is naturally themed on the 1920s gangster of the same name, and much of the cartoony imagery would not look out of place in any prohibition-era title. Perks include a non-progressive jackpot worth up to 2,500x a stake and cheap enough bets that stretch from 0.01 up to 2.00 per line. Given that there are just nine fixed paylines in this five-reel game, stakes are going to cost anything from 0.09 up to 18.00 a turn. The gameplay is based on low variance action, so while you can win regularly, the prizes tend to be petite most of the time.
There are thirteen icons in Al Capone, and that is quite a lot for a video slot, diminishing your chances of landing a top prize. Ignoring the standard paying symbols, you should keep your eyes peeled for the wild. Al Capone himself stars as this symbol, and he also dishes out prizes worth a cool 1,500x a bet. As is customary, wilds in Slow Motion’s Al Capone slot can replace all other emblems, save for scatters.
Those scatters appear as vaults. You are going to need to unlock as many as you can do on the reels to win the top prize in this game. Five of them can afford you a win worth up to 2,500x a bet, as mentioned. While those scatters can dish out prizes, they can also unlock a free spin bonus round, where the game’s action gets a lot more exciting.
Three vault scatters are all that is required to trigger the Al Capone bonus round. This is a free spin round. You will get ten spins with sticky wilds on the third reel here. You will also see new symbols come into play. When a policeman plays a part in a winning combo, you can “bribe them” for a re-spin. If you land a win using corrupt coppers, then you will get an expanding wild which can span the second, third and fourth reels, as well as a bonus re-spin to use them on. It is possible for Al Capone wilds to expand to cover the entire screen if you keep bagging wins with corrupt cops.
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