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Sherlock Mystery Slots

Get ready to embark on an adventure with the world's greatest and most-famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, in Sherlock Mystery slots. Featuring graphics that hark back to the original 19th century novels written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, as opposed to the more modern adaptations, you'll really feel like you're on the bustling streets of 1800s London, as you hunt down clues, chase criminals and solve mysteries, with your faithful friend and assistant, Dr Watson, by your side the whole time.

Sherlock Mystery slots online is a classic five-reel, 20 payline slots game and of course you can play on as many paylines or as few as you want. As you'd expect, this slots game features the classic poker-style 10, J, Q, K & A to represent the standard symbols, but there are a number of other symbols that have been inspired by the Sherlock Holmes universe including a knife, a gun, a mysterious masked man, and a magnifying glass as well as the two heroes of this tale, Sherlock and his assistant Watson.

Of course, when you play Sherlock Mystery slots, you'll also come across some special features that will give you an even better chance to win. Landing three or more scatter symbols, depicted by 221b Baker Street, the fictional detective's famous address, across the reels will reward you with 10 free spins. Furthermore, like in many online slots games, there is a Wild symbol, the mysterious masked man who is revealed to be Sherlock's arch-nemesis Professor Moriarty. The Wild gives a 3x multiplier when it substitutes in to complete a winning combination, but the luckiest players among you will be in line for a gigantic jackpot if you can land five of them across the reels. The pistol symbol in Sherlock Mystery slots is an Extra Wild symbol that can provide additional boosts to your payouts, giving a multiplier of 2, 3 or 5x in a winning line.

The Bonus feature is activated when you land a magnifying glass bonus symbol on the first, third and fifth reels of your spin. You'll be transported to the scene of a crime as you get the chance to uncover clues and win cash prizes.

This slots game is not one to be missed and promises an intriguing time for all who fancy themselves as an amateur sleuth, with the skills required to uncover the secrets of a mystery and find the criminals responsible! Join us today, don your cape and smoking pipe, and become Sherlock as you play Sherlock mystery slots online.

Sherlock Mystery Slots

The objective of Sherlock Sherlock Mystery is to obtain winning symbol combinations by spinning the reels.

To play the game:

Line bets are chosen by clicking + and - below Line Bet to increase or decrease the amount. Paylines can be activated and their shape displayed by progressively clicking + and - below Lines. Paylines can also be activated by using the numbered buttons on either side of the reels. Selecting a high payline includes all the lower ones too. For example, selecting payline 6 also activates paylines 1 through 5.

Clicking Bet Max activates all paylines with the currently selected bet per line and spins the reels.

Total bet per game round = line bet X active paylines.

Clicking Spin spins the reels with the current selection of lines and line bets. During the reel spins the Spin button changes into Stop. Clicking Stop ends the spin animation and immediately displays the spin result.

Reels can also be spun using the Auto Play function. Mouse over the Auto Play button to display the list of options. Select the number of spins to be played automatically or choose "Until Feature" to spin until the Crime Scene Bonus or the Free Games round is triggered. Clicking on an option starts the Auto Play function.

The Auto Play button changes into Stop during the Auto Play mode. The Auto Play mode ends when the reels have been spun the number of times determined by the player, or when the Crime Scene Bonus or the Free Games round is triggered if you chose "Until Feature", or when you click Stop.

Clicking the Turbo Mode button switches on or off the Turbo Mode thus turning on or off some of the win animations and sounds, and making the reels spin faster or slower.

Wins are calculated according to the paytable. Line win = line bet X corresponding multiplier according to the paytable. Scatter win = total bet X corresponding multiplier according to the paytable. The paytable can be accessed via the Info page.

On a given payline, only the highest payline winning combination pays while simultaneous winnings on different paylines are accumulated.

In case of a winning spin, the Win field displays the accumulating winnings. The Win ticker can be stopped by clicking anywhere on the screen to display the total win amount immediately.

Payline wins and the total win are also displayed on the strip located at the bottom of the reels or the game window.

Info page:

Clicking Info opens the reference screen describing different game components. Clicking the arrow buttons at the lower right-hand corner of the screen enables navigating between the different info screens.

The Paytable screen shows all winning combinations. When opened after a winning spin, the winning symbol combinations (number of symbols and bet multiplier) are highlighted and blink.

The Crime Scene Bonus screen describes the symbol combination that triggers the bonus round and explains its rules. The Free Games screen explains how the feature is triggered and what its rules are. The Paylines screen illustrates all possible payline combinations and explains the payout rules in the game. Clicking Back exits the Info screen and returns to the game. Paylines:

Active paylines are represented by lines that appear over the reels as illustrated in the Paylines screen of the Info page.

There is a difference between the line bet and the total bet. The line bet shows how much is being bet on a single payline. The total bet shows how much is being bet in total on the game round. Payouts shown in the paytable are multiplied by the line bet.

About payouts:

Payouts are listed on the Paytable screen. To find the possible win amount, the line bet must be multiplied by the payout. If two payline winning combinations occur on the same line, the higher of them is paid out. If more than one active payline has a winning combination, the winnings are accumulated. Winning combinations must start from the left most reel, and the symbols have to be consecutive. The Scatter symbol is an exception to these rules. More information about the Scatter symbol can be found below.

Wild Symbol

The Wild symbol can stand for any other symbol, except and , to make the best possible winning combination, and appears both during main game and Free Games.

There is also a separate payout for 2 or more Wild Symbols on an active payline, as seen in the Paytable. This is paid out instead of the regular symbol win if the win amount from Wilds is larger than the win from the regular symbols (by Wild standing in).

Scatter Symbol

The Scatter symbols do not have to occur on any particular payline and appear on the reels both during main game and Free Games.

If 3 or more appear in any position on these reels during main game, the payout earned is multiplied by the total bet and added to payline winnings, if any. In addition, 10 Free Games with Extra Wilds and a random multiplier are triggered.

Bonus Symbol

The Bonus symbol appears on reels #1, #3 and #5 both during main game and Free Games. Whenever 3 appear in any position on these reels simultaneously, the Crime Scene Bonus round is triggered.

Sherlock Meets Watson Feature

Whenever Watson symbol appears to the immediate right of the Sherlock symbol , the Sherlock Meets Watson Feature is triggered and a prize is added to your current winnings.

Note: The Sherlock Meets Watson Feature is available during both main game and the Free Games round.

Crime Scene Bonus

Magnifying Glass Symbol appearing anywhere on reels #1, #3 and #5 simultaneously during main game or Free Games, trigger the Crime Scene Bonus.

To start the bonus round, click on Click to Start.

The screen that follows reveals a room, where a crime has been committed. There are 8 items to pick from, each standing for a bonus cash prize. Objects highlighted when mousing-over can be picked. If an item chosen reveals the Collect option, first a cash prize is awarded and then the bonus round ends.

At the end of the bonus game, a win screen displays your winnings. Game Win shows the winnings that were received from the main game that won the bonus. Feature Win shows the winnings that were received during the bonus. Total Win shows the accumulated winnings (Game Win and Feature Win added up). Click Continue to return to the main game.

If the Crime Scene Bonus has been triggered during the Auto Play mode, the Bonus round will begin after you click on Click to Start. After the Bonus has ended, click Continue, and the Auto Play mode will resume. When returning to the main game, clicking anywhere on the screen will stop the win ticker and display the full prize.

Note: The Crime Scene Bonus and the Free Games round cannot be triggered during one and the same main game spin. The Crime Scene Bonus cannot be triggered during the Free Games spin that re-triggers the Free Games round.

Note: If the Crime Scene Bonus is triggered during Free Games, the Free Games will interrupt for the Bonus round to be played. After the Crime Scene Bonus ends, the bonus cash prizes will be added to your current winnings and then the Free Games round will resume.

Return to Player: The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 94.09%. A malfunction voids all pays and plays.

In accordance with fair gaming practices required in most legal jurisdictions worldwide, each and every game outcome is completely independent. The odds of achieving any particular outcome are always the same.

The odds of your play do not vary based on prior outcomes, bet size, balance size, time of day, day of week, etc. For example, if the top award is won on a given spin of the game, the chances of winning the top award on the next spin are exactly the same. Likewise, prior losses do not change future odds.

The expected payback reflects the theoretical return across a very large number of spins by numerous players over an extended period of time. The results for any given player over a play session can vary widely from this long-term, expected average in either direction. The fewer the number of games played, the wider the normal variance of actual payback that may be experienced.

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