Cops ‘n Robbers has been developed by Play ‘n Go as a police and crime themed video slot. There are numerous slots with this theme on the market, although few of them tend to offer the same kind of realism as that title. The slot is played over 5 reels and 9 paylines, with coin sizes stemming from a low of 0.01 up to 1.00 in all. Players can bet as many as 5 coins per line. The game won’t cost you a packet to play, with minimum and maximum bets ranging from a low of 0.01 per line, per spin, up to no more than 45.00 per spin. This slot carries a non-progressive jackpot worth 3,000 coins.
A wild symbol in this game takes the shape of a vault. When it appears, it can replace all other symbols in the game, barring the scatter icon. This symbol is also capable of offering the player wins, including the non-progressive jackpot of 3,000 coins, if they land 5 of them on any active line.
This slot’s scatter icon is a police car – and a rather old looking one at that. Should 3 or more scatter icons appear anywhere on the reels, the Car Chase Bonus will be activated. Scattered wins of 2x, 3x, 25x or 250x your total bet can also be pocketed by landing 2, 3, 4 or 5 respective scatters anywhere on the reels.
The video slot also features a gamble feature. After pocketing any win, the player can choose to gamble their winnings in a simple card game. You will double or quadruple your win, based on whether you predict the correct colour or suit of the next card in the sequence. Get it wrong and you’ll lose your winnings. It is not advised to use this feature often.
Once the bonus round has been activated, players will trigger a free spins bonus. Any winnings you pocket in this free spins bonus will be doubled. The free spins bonus is not the most complex special feature you will ever come across in a video slot, although it can still see you bag a handful of decent wins, if luck is with you. Still, a few more special features, or perhaps slightly more original ones would have been nice to see in this online slot.
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