The Mugshot Madness slots game can be found at Microgaming casinos. Microgaming as a standard do not publish the slots house edge information of their games. However they lease their slots games out to casinos using other software, some of which do publish this information. So far we’ve only found one casino – Redbet – that has published this information for Mugshot Madness and they list the house edge as 3-4%. When playing at any other venue, this information should be used as a guideline only as the game may be configurable.
Put the criminals behind bars, get paid. Just like the Daawg.
The Mugshot Madness game has 5 reels, 20 paylines and you can bet one coin on each of the paylines.
The ‘Detective Jack Murphy’ symbol is wild and doubles all wins it contributes to.
There is only one bonus feature when playing Mugshot Madness and it is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Sheriff’s Star’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be awarded between 15 and 25 complimentary spins depending on how many Sheriff’s Star symbols you received. During the free spin each time one of the criminal symbols forms a winning payline the criminal is captured and their symbol is changed to a Mugshot symbol. Each criminal can only be captured once and awards a bonus on capture.
A low house edge props up an otherwise fairly unremarkable games, getting it out of the dawg house.