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Crime Scene™


Almost a part of the daily routine, we get drawn into the life of the forensics doing their job at the crime scenes while they get roughly 45 minutes to solve a murder case. It’s not a surprise a Crime Scene video slot has been created by Netent since many of us watch these police procedural television series, because it’s almost impossible to avoid them these days. As one of the leading software suppliers in iGaming, Netent is having a nose for the latest trends and like no other this pioneer knows how to attract players with interesting themes and Crime Scene is definitely one of those trendy games. The reason why so many players love to play the Crime Scene video slot, is the same reason why people love to watch the crime shows on television. Players are eager to help solve an important case while being drawn into the story. That’s exactly what happens when you decide to play Crime Scene at one of the Netent Casinos. Just as you try to solve a murder in Mystery Mansion, you’ll do too in Crime Scene, just by trying to find as much evidence as possible in an innovative bonus feature.

Crime scene video slot

The crime scene theme is exploited in the best possible way, making this slot a perfect representation of the topic familiar with many players. It’s all about crime scenes and forensic investigation and even the reels are set in an alley since it’s a typical place for a crime scene. The moment you open the Crime Scene video slot, you’ll get drawn into the game due to the sound of the crowd, the police radio and a thrilling sound in the background to increase the excitement even more. Your equipment is ready to use when you arrive at the crime scene and nothing will be in your way while you start investigating the gun, fingerprints and footprints with the help of your forensic glasses and other equipment relevant to the theme.

Betting options Crime Scene

You can make the best use of this video slot by playing the maximum of 15 bet lines paying a maximum of 0.15 per spin as the minimum coin value is 0.01. There’s no need to invest too much money into your bets if you don’t want to play with high stakes, making Crime Scene perfect for all type of players. Unless you wish you can choose to play another level going up to 10 as it will increase your chances to win. Maximize your wins thanks to seven different coin values between 0.01 and 1.00 which makes Crime Scene perfect for high rollers since the maximum bet goes up to 150.00, depending on the currency you play with at the Netent Casino of your choice.

Sticky Wild

The theme of this video slot will attract many players and that’s a positive thing as there aren’t that many extra features other than the Sticky Wild and the bonus feature. Though I’m sure you are very pleased to see the Sticky Wild, not because it’s a police badge, but because of its function in this Netent video slot. It’s not the first Sticky Wild we see as we have seen this extra feature before in the video slots Jack Hammer and Dead or Alive. This special symbol not only appears frequently, it also has a sticky character which means it holds its position on the reels for the remaining number of spins as showed on the symbol. This number can go up to a maximum of five which simply means it can stick on the reel for five more spins. Usually we do everything to avoid police badges, but not in Crime Scene as this special symbol not only substitutes for all other symbols, except Scatter, it will also multiply all winnings due to a x3 Multiplier.

Bonus feature

I have to admit that the Sticky Wild is a nice feature, but we need more to stay awake during a video slot game, even when designed by Net Entertainment. Luckily there’s a rather inventive bonus feature as this is the second and last feature this video slot is offering. The high tech bonus feature can be triggered by three or more Bonus symbols, giving you a chance to win big and get awarded for the good job forensics are doing. This feature involves an evidence collection of 30 evidence folders all containing either a bonus win or evidence. Get into the case and open as many folders as possible to find evidence. Each folder can give you a coin win, good for high winnings during this 21st century game full of technical features as we know from the forensic series. If finding a second chance symbol, it will prevent the game from ending and you’ll get another chance. After the first round, you will receive another chance to win by receiving four envelopes to choose from hiding a Multiplier up to x2 or an entree to start the bonus feature again. Whatever it’s going to be, this feature can leave you behind without any evidence, but instead you’ll get some precious winnings as there are very generous prizes to be won.