|Min Bet Per Line||0.01|
|Bet Range||0.9 - 45|
|Game Features||Wild Symbol, Scatter, Free Spins|
It’s time to take on the role of a gangster and set yourself to work playing Reel Steal. Every spin of the reels begins with the sound of a bullet being fired from a gun, and as the reels come to a halt,you’ll be presented with symbols of bags of cash, a gun with bullets, keys and passports, a safe deposit box spilling out gold bars, a briefcase containing a single diamond and a camera next to some blueprints of floor plans. There are also several icons of various gangsters, all ready to either shoot someone or set off a huge dynamite explosion.
The game has a five reel and three row layout and just nine bet lines to wager on. These can be altered, should you wish to place bets on fewer lines. Meanwhile, the bet level can be changed between one and 10, and the coin value starts at £0.01 and can be moved upwards to £0.50 per line. This provides all players with the chance to place a maximum wager of £45 per spin. Standard max bet and autoplay features are also included in gameplay.
Where to Play
The wild symbol in this game is represented by a flashy yellow car. This will stand in for all other symbols except scatters, to create a winning combination on the reels. All wins including this symbol pay out a multiplier of times five, and during free spins mode, they pay out a multiplier of times 25.
The rigged-to-blow block of dynamite acts as the scatter symbol in Reel Steal, and it will provide free spins and a multiplier if appearing on the reels. Three scatters will pay out a multiplier of x4 and 15 free spins, four will give 20 free spins and a multiplier of x15, while five scatters offer up a multiplier of x100 and 25 free spins. Free spin wins are multiplied by five, excluding any additional free spins earned during the round. Each scatter appearing during free spins presents you with one extra free spin.
Reel Steal is a very thematic game, and it’s nice to see that it doesn’t rely on providing A, J, Q and K symbols to make up for a lack of ideas. The free spins and wild symbol inclusions are fairly standard for a Netent game by now, but they work well enough in your favour and provide an altogether entertaining game. The background music is questionable, but there’s always the mute button if it starts to grate.