Solve the riddle of your bankroll woes with one of the most intriguing slots in the game, Sherlock Mystery. As tricky and clever as the crime-solving whizz himself, this Playtech spinner will tax your brain but not your wallet. Indeed, with jackpots hitting £500,000 and bets starting as low as £0.01, Sherlock Mystery is a great way to use your spinning prowess to win some serious cash.
Sherlock Mystery Game Info
- Win up to £500,000
- Two bonus rounds
- Play from as little as £0.01
- Software Provider: Playtech
How to Play Sherlock Mystery
To unlock the secrets of this slot and solve its deepest mysteries, you need to connect the dots or, in this case, connect the bets. For those that like to start slow and work their way up from the bottom, lines bets start from £0.01. When you multiply this with the between 1 and 20 winlines, you can stake anything from £0.01 to £0.20 per spin.
Of course, if you prefer to dive into the deep end and pull in all the big clues, you can turn up the betting button to £50. When you combine this with 20 winlines, that means you can set off on the Sherlock Mystery trail for £1,000 per spin. Once you've started to piece together the evidence and the pieces fall in place, prizes start to flow when you match three or more card symbols.
Naturally, the more detailed the clues (the more intricate the symbols) are, the more you can win. Eventually, if you're able to roll in five wilds (the mystery man), the Sherlock Mystery will release a 10,000x line bet. For those that haven't already worked out the maths on this, five jackpot symbols are worth up to £500,000 when you bet at the top stakes.
For a final twist in the tale, Sherlock Mystery has two neat little bonuses. For three or more scatters, you'll bank 10 free spins with a random multiplier. For three bonus symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5, you'll get to survey a crime scene for clues that instantly transform into prizes. Overall, if you're looking for the perfect solution to your bankroll troubles, Sherlock Mystery has the answer.
Suggested Games: If you don't want to muddle through Sherlock Mystery, why not dive down deep with Great Blue instead?