Private Eye video slot was one of a group recently released by
Microgaming at 32Red Casino - (others are Retro Reels - Diamond
Glitz - review coming soon), Monkey King Reviewed here and Hot
Ink Reviewed here.
Private Eye has a detective theme and instead of the usual paylines, it
has 243 ways to win. The coin denominations are 1 cent, 2 cents, 5
cents, 10 cents, 20 cents and 25 cents and you can wager up to 10
coins per payline, giving a minimum bet of 25 cents or a maximum bet
of $62.50 per spin. All wins pay from left to right apart from scatters
which can appear anywhere.
Images are of a detective, a newsboy, camera, private eye badge,
handcuffs, criminal, chalk body outline, a female villain, a telephone,
gun, money, and a car. The private eye badge is the wild and it substitutes
for all other images except the scatter, bonus, and free spins scatter
symbols. The scatter symbol is the detective and it pays anywhere.
When the newsboy symbol appears on reels 3, 4, and 5 at the same
time, the free spins bonus is triggered. When this happens, you will
win get 3 choices to reveal up to 20 free spins at up to a 4 times multiplier,
along with a cash prize. Free spins can't be retriggered in this game.
There are 2 other bonus games, the first is called Solve the Case bonus,
which is triggered when the Bonus symbol appears on reels 1, 2, and 3
at the same time. You get to pick clues until the phone rings ending the
game. Find a fingerprint to win all the prizes and advance to the Mugshot
Bonus. I was fortunate to find the fingerprint and advance onto the
Mugshot Bonus the first time
The other bonus game is called the Mugshot Bonus, it is triggered by
finding the fingerprint in the Solve the Case bonus. In the Mugshot
Bonus, you will choose a mugshot to reveal a cash prize.
Overall I enjoyed the Private Eye video slot, with the bonus rounds
adding extra interest and the 243 ways you can win. New players to
32Red Casino are eligible for a 320% Bonus up to $160.