The number of lines is aligned manually, through the control bar in the main menu and the players can wager on 1 to 25 lines. The money value can be chosen on the same screen, and the posts can vary from $0.01 to $2.5 on a single line. Total, $62.50 can be wagered on a single turn. The biggest payout is granted for the Soldier symbol which pays 30,000 coins for a sequence of five and the revenue to player percentage is estimated at 95.54%
The bet level can also be set on the main screen, through the arrow buttons facing up and down and placed in the left corner, at the bottom.
Big Ben is the Scatter and mixtures of these symbols will trigger 15, 20 or 25 Free Turns. The prize won while the bonus round will be doubled. If the Big Ben icon performs on reels 1 and 5, Big Ben feature is unlocked and the stake multiplier will depend on the number of times Big Ben bels – for only one fee, the stake is increased by x2 whereas x12 bels will increase the amount by x500.
The Bonus Spins are not only re-triggerable, but they also double the rewards as well, which is a welcome point that can compensate for a lot of other faults, such as low revenue to player interest and short-time winnings in the original game. Another fantastic benefit is the set of multipliers granted into the Big Ben Feature, starting at x2 and having the tremendous x500, if you are fortunate enough to take all 12 bels.
Playing Big Ben
Regarding payouts, the Big Ben settles somewhere in between below and average – expect more than that and you will definitely be frustrated. As far as the design and the icons go, the slot is too generic to achieve the spirit of London and make any actual feelings of patriotism or love for the city and its various beauties. Sadly, we have to say that a lot of other slots with a similar theme and higher bonuses come to mind as a much reliable alternative than Big Ben.