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The Secret Of Holmes

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Betixon software small logo Software Betixon
rtp RTP 96.5%
max win Max Possible Win €72,000

The main characteristics

Game Name The Secret Of Holmes
Release Date 2020
Game Type Slots
Number Of Lines Dynamic Ways
Platforms Desktop, Tablet and Mobile
Wild symbol
Bonus Game
Free Spins
Min Bet €0.20
Max Bet €20
Max Win €72,000

Describing The Secret of Holmes turns out to be a very challenging gamble. At first, the slot looks as simple as it may get, 5 reels, a bunch of utilitarian looking tiles, and a plainly drawn and animated background. But the feeling lasts until you spin it for the first time. It comes to be one of the most captivating games you have ever experienced. Let’s explore it in more detail!

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The overall idea of The Secret of Holmes is pretty mundane: you bet, spin, win and repeat. Of course, we are well aware that you might lose, but when it happens to us, we repeat anyway. Betting in The Secret of Holmes is simple, you may stake anywhere from 0.20 to 20.00 in one spin. To do so, use the betting buttons at the bottom of the screen. When it comes to the interface design, Betixon likes keeping it simple, so you have zero chance to find a gazillion buttons stuffed all around the grid. There are two, maybe three icons to press, tops.

So far, the gameplay looks pretty familiar, right? Let’s get on to the paytiles then. They consist of two basic kinds, just like anywhere else. There are lower paid card tiles, and the higher paid character icons.

But the payouts are quite impressive to draw everyone’s attention.

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Take the 9, for example, it’s the cheapest tile in the game, and its min combo of three will be paid x10. The 10s are paid the same. Jacks or Queens in the three-of-a-kind set will be paid twice as much. Three Kings are worth x25 and the Ace is x30 for the min combo. That’s pretty much it for the cheap tiles. There are three higher-paid icons. Those feature Moriarty, worth x40 for three, Dr Watson that is worth x60 for the min combo, and finally Holmes himself. His tile will be paid x100 for three and x300 for the max combination of five.

And finally, we got to the point where everything gets really interesting. To hit a win, you need to land a combo of at least three and max five tiles on… what? There are no lines in the slot. If you check the paytable section, you won’t find any information on how many lines you actually play in this video slot. Why? Because their number is changing with every single spin.

The Secret of Holmes is a dynamic ways game, thanks to the constantly changing number of symbols per reels. So it’s only during the spin, you see how many ways you are playing exactly this moment. The number is shown right above the reels. So as long as you land identical paytiles on the adjacent reels, starting from the first one, you get paid. At first, we found it very unusual, but the more you spin, the better it looks!

And surprises don’t end there. The slot has much more to offer. There is a Wild and a Scatter. Wilds substitute missing tiles to get a winning combo. Well, you know the drill! The Scatters are there to initiate the Free Spins’ mode. To do so, hit anywhere from three Scatters on the grid, the order is not important, and you will get your 8 spins. The multiplier for the Free Spins’ mode is x1, and the wins will be multiplied by the total bet. So pay attention to the Wild icon that features a Magnifying Glass and to the tile with a Pocket Watch on it, that is the Scatter.

So you can see for yourselves, that’s a very peculiar slot to play, especially if you have never played a dynamic ways’ machine before. It takes some practice to get used to the routine, but afterwards, you will find it’s hard to stop. At least we did! What we didn’t really enjoy was the lack of any information on the RTP of this particular game. We’d love to get more information on this important characteristic, but somehow Betixon got all secretive on that point. But we encourage giving it a go anyhow. It’s definitely worth a try!