There’s been an old-fashioned murder, and with Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot out for the evening, it falls to YOU, to solve this "Whodunit" in Net Entertainment’s dazzling video slot game Mystery at the Mansion, one of the most visually appealing games of its kind in the market today.
With a back drop emulating the spare bedroom or a secret chamber from a Victorian mansion, this slot machine offers an array of dazzling graphics and sound effects to complement it's rich spread of bonus games, scatter cards and combinations that would have the likes of Mr. Holmes labeling the game anything but "elementary".
Mystery at the Mansion Slot Machine has five reels and up to 25 win lines with a possible 32 winning combinations. Single line betting starts as low as £0.01 and go as high at £0.50 per line. A maximum bet of £50.00 is available when playing all 25 lines at maximum coins. The biggest possible win amount is set at a whopping £187,500.
The more common symbols of Mystery at the Mansion are all artistically rendered as fingerprints under view of a microscope. Combine these wtih other items of mystery and mayhem such as: a bloodied candlestick, a bottle of poison that has made short work of a rat and a silhouetted hand holding a gun, all help to make up the paytable.
Wild Symbol - The Detective, who casts a striking semblance to Mr. Holmes, is the game’s wild symbol and can replace regular symbols to make a winning combination. Land 2 wilds for 2 coins, 3x wilds for 200 coins, 4x wilds for 2000 coins and land 5x wilds and receive a payout of 7500 coins.
Scatter Symbol - An icon of the mansion itself acts as the Scatter Symbol, and the more the merrier in this case. 2x Mansions activates the multiplying bonus, which is influenced by the number of coins bet, while at least 3x Mansions generates the Free Spin Bonus Round game. 3x scatters awards 4 coins + 10 free spins, 4x scatters awards 50 coins + 20 free spins and 5x scatters awards 400 coins and a wopping 30 free spins!.
Bonus Game - Garnering 3x or more Colonel Bonus Symbols activates what is easily the most fun and well-designed part of Mystery at the Mansion, the bonus game. A direct homage to the famous board game Cluedo, it allows the player to take a stab (pun intended), as to who killed the colonel. Points are randomly assigned to each suspect, as well as their weapon of choice and their motive. Players select the person they think killed the colonel, then the weapon of choice and either love or money as the motive. Random coins are awarded which total up for your bonus payout at the end of the road.
Combined with sound effects that are perfectly creepy for the theme or a Hitchcockian movie, it is clear that Mystery at the Mansion slot machine is no "Whodunit?" but rather a clear case of "Who won it?".