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Beat the Bobbies at the Tower of London is quite literally a smash hit, with five reels and 243 paylines.
It's the sequel to the popular Eyecon slot from 2017, with a twist. Rather than spinning through the halls of Buckingham Palace, this slot takes you to the historic Tower of London. It might be mainly a tourist attraction these days, but if there's one thing we do know about it, it's that there's plenty of treasures to be found inside.
Arguably the best part about this take on the Beat the Bobbies slots is that despite having a traditional 3x5 reel set-up, it boasts a total of 243 different ways to win. Combined with a great selection of bonus features, it means we give this game the royal seal of approval. Can you pull off the ultimate heist with the help of the game's main character, Penny?
As well as a titillating 243 different ways to win, this Beat the Bobbies slot machine also has a great selection of bonus features for you to enjoy. Here's how they break down:
Your wildcard for this slot is the Truncheon-wielding Bobby – or, policeman, for those who aren't familiar with the Cockney rhyming slang. Like any other wild, this acts as a substitution symbol, replacing any other icon for (except the Penny scatter symbols) to help complete those winning combinations.
The next feature is one that occurs entirely at random: at any time, the fuzz can catch on to you, and a police car will race across the reels. Lucky for you, if the vehicle stops this means you will be awarded a random bonus prize instead of getting nicked.
Lastly, the crown jewel of all bonus features: free games. In keeping with the central theme of the entire slot, the free games come in the form of a heist. To trigger this bonus round, you must land three or more scatter symbols, represented by Penny, the cat burglar. Better still, a multiplier will increase your payout for each scatter combo you create – the bigger the combo, the bigger the win. It's like two bonuses in one!
In terms of visuals, this is a lovely looking slot with high-res animation style artwork that brings the variety of characters on screen to life. Of course, there is plenty of colour on show, what with the royal blue background, Union Jack accents and the various other coloured symbols.
Speaking of, the symbols range the precious jewels to British bulldogs and beefeater's blue background. The most valuable of the common symbols are the crown and the diamond, which can earn you up to 25x and 40x your stake, respectively.
As we have already mentioned, the Penny symbol triggers the slot's free games function – where prizes can be multiplied up to ten times – and the scatter is the namesake, British Bobby himself.
Scatter Wins will also payout as a multiple of your initial bet amount: match three of them for 5x, four will land you 10x, and match a full five symbols to win yourself a jackpot of 50x your total stake.
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