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Reel Crime – Bank Heist

RTP 95.5%
Play Rival Slots
Reels 5
Paylines 15
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 95.5
Wild symbols Yes
Free spins Yes
Bonus Yes
Jackpot 750 coins

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Reel Crime – Bank Heist Slot Review

The Reel Crime – Bank Heist game can be found at casinos using Rival software. Rival as a software provider offer a high quality game product but have gained a substantially negative reputation amongst players due to the high level of player issues many of the casinos using their software have generated. As such real caution is advised if choosing a Rival casino to play with. Rival software does publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge figures for all of their slots games in the game help files. The house edge of Reel Crime – Bank Heist is 4.5%.

The boss gets what the boss wants, and he want you to break into the bank.

The Reel Crime – Bank Heist game has 5 reels, 15 payline and you can bet up to 5 coins on each of the paylines.

There is no wild symbol when playing Reel Crime – Bank Heist.

There are several bonus features when playing Reel Crime – Bank Heist and they are all triggered when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Tommy Gun’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you’ll be taken to a new screen showing the outside of the bank. Shoot various objects outside the bank and if you find the key you progress to the next round. The next round takes you back to the reels and at the top of the reels you’ll see the safe and the police man. Each time you receive 3 ‘Safe’ symbols the number in the safe drops by one and each time you receive 3 ‘Police Man’ symbols the police man moves a step closer. If the number in the safe reaches 0 before the police man reaches you, you progress to the next round. Choose which of three safe doors to blow open with a stick of dynamite then you’ll be taken back to the reels to get away. This time if you receive 3 ‘Get Away’ symbols before you receive 3 Police Man symbols you win the grand prize.

At any point during the bonus feature, if you are caught you may be taken back to the start of the feature – triggering a random number of complimentary spins with a random multiplier – of you may trigger the chase sequence. If this happens you’ll be taken back to the reels and each time you receive 3 or more of the ‘Police Car’ or ‘Getaway Car’ the corresponding car moves forward at the top of the reels. If the Getaway Car reaches the end of the reels before the Police Car catches up, you move onto the next phase of the bonus feature.


Reel Crime – Bank Heist certainly invests in its theme and offers a fun feature with lots of variety.

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