The Beat the Bank slots game can be found at Random Logic casinos (the software platform set up and run by 888 casino). Random Logic do not as a standard publish the house edge of their slots games, however they have started leasing their games out to casinos using other software platforms and some of these casinos have released this information. When playing at a casino that does not explicitly state what house edge setting it is using, these figures should be treated as a guideline only. This game may be configurable.
Can you crack the safe and grab the loot?
This game is a 5 reel game, with 20 paylines and you can only bet one coin on each payline.
The ‘Bank Robber’ symbol is wild and only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4.
There are two bonus features when playing Beat the Bank. The first is activated when you receive the Bank Robber wild symbol on reels 2, 3, and 4. When this happens you will be awarded 15 complimentary spins with a 3 times multiplier.
The second bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Safe’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happen you will be taken to a new screen showing two safes. You click on one of the safes. If you click on the right safe your stake is doubled and you are allowed to choose again. The wrong safe collects your current winnings and ends the feature.
Far from an inspiration, but far from a terrible game Beat the Bank sits a little south of average.
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