Beat The Bobbies Slot Review
Eyecon Games are most well known for their Fluffy Favourites slots, but in 2017 they released a host of new games. These included the 5 reel, 243 payline Beat The Bobbies that has a London-Police-Buck Palace theme. The reels are set on a palace backdrop and it features cartoon styled icons such as a crown, bulldog, policeman, royalty, a beefeater guard and other jewellery. It looks great and is a massive step up in quality when compared to Fluffy, Piggy Payout and Sugar Train.
How To Play Beat The Bobbies
Wagering on Beat The Bobbies starts at just 25p, but by clicking on the coin stack symbol (bottom left) you can raise the bet up to a maximum of £25 (Jackpotjoy). An autoplay feature gives you the chance to spin 10, 20, 50 or 100 times. There doesn’t seem to be any advanced options for autoplay so there’s no way to stop the spins based on wins or losses.
Free Games Bonus Features
Beat The Bobbies functions pretty much like it’s predecessor and stable mates such as Double Up Ducks and Temple Of Ausar. That means it’s a very basic pokie slot with limited bonus features. The main bonus round is a free spins one. Free games are triggered when the cat burglar symbol, Penny, appears on 3, 4 or 5 reels. When you get to the bonus stage you’re offered five options ranging from 20 spins with a x2 multiplier through to 5 spins with x10 multiplier. Joining Penny on the reels is Bobby who acts as a wild symbol.
The Spin On Beat The Bobbies
Beat The Bobbies is the perfect slot site if you’re searching for something almost quintensentially British. It just needs a cup of tea and Benny Hill music to complete the job. However, even those two attributes wouldn’t be enough to boost the game’s rating. Whilst we like the 243 paylines, the game is limited in terms of interest. The bonus round is the only thing that’s worth looking out for – and that didn’t show up during our test play. It is better than Fluffy Favourites, but perhaps only because the graphics are better.