Experience the thrills of a multitude of bonus games when you play Crazy Time!
The minimum bet size is 10p.
The maximum bet size is £5,000.
How To Play
To play any bonus games you have to place a bet on a bonus game bet spot.
The Top Slot starts when the main money wheel spins, with one random multiplier chosen for one random bet spot — either a number or bonus game.
If a multiplier and bet spot align in the Top Slot, the random multiplier is added to the bet spot as it is considered a match.
If the money wheel stops at a number, you will win according to the payout table. If the number was given a random multiplier, it will see your bet multiplied.
If the money wheel stops on a bonus round, it will activate the bonus game.
Should the bonus game be given a random multiplier, the multipliers in the game are multiplied when it begins.
In the Coin Flip bonus game, a coin with a blue side and a red side will be flipped.
A random multiplier is given to each side when the bonus game round commences.
The coin is automatically flipped and the side that is facing up at the end wins.
If the coin lands with the blue side up, you will win the blue multiplier, and vice versa for the red side.
Occasionally a Rescue Flip may take place, which sees the coin re-flipped if the assigned multipliers are low.
Cash Hunt is a shooting gallery featuring a big screen alongside 108 random multipliers.
In this interactive bonus round, each player will select their own target. This causes different players to win different multipliers.
Before you can start to play, all the multipliers will be covered by random symbols and then shuffled, and you are then able to position your aim at your selected symbol.
The cannon will shoot at your target when the decision time is over and reveal the hidden multiplier, with the multiplier you earn being used to multiply your bet.
The Pachinko bonus game features a large Pachinko wall with a multitude of physical pegs with drop zones at the top and landing zones at the bottom.
In the game a puck will be dropped from the top of the Pachinko wall, and the multiplier it lands on is awarded to you.
Every landing zone will be given a random multiplier or a ‘Double’ value when each drop begins.
The puck is then dropped from a randomly generated drop zone at the top of the Pachinko wall and will travel down, making its way through the pegs to finally land in a landing zone.
If the landing zone has a multiplier, it will multiply your bet.
If the puck lands in the ‘Double' landing zone, all the multipliers in the landing zones will be doubled.
A new drop zone is randomly chosen, and the puck will be dropped again, until it lands on a multiplier.
The puck can continue to be dropped until the multipliers in the landing zone have reached the maximum 10,000x multiplier value.
Occasionally a Rescue Drop might occur if the puck ends up in a 2x, 3x or 4x multiplier.
Any multiplier that is lower than the won multiplier will be boosted to the won multiplier's value.
A new drop zone is randomised and the puck is dropped again.
Behind the red door there’s a gigantic virtual wheel in a crazy and fun virtual world.
The virtual wheel features 64 segments and is filled entirely with crazy multipliers, meaning there is the potential for brilliant multiplied winnings!
Multipliers will randomly be placed on the wheel in every game round.
A ‘Double’ or ‘Triple’ value is given to some segments.
Pick your flapper: green, blue or yellow. The game presenter starts the wheel by pushing the large button.
When the virtual wheel has finished spinning, the flappers will be pointing to three different segments.
The multiplier that stops at your chosen flapper is awarded to you.
If any of the flappers stop at ‘Double’ or ‘Triple’, all the multipliers on the wheel will be doubled or tripled.
Those who had selected that flapper will take part in a re-spin with the chance to win even bigger multipliers!
The wheel can be re-spun after winning on ‘Double’ or ‘Triple’ until the multipliers have reached the maximum 20,000x multiplier.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 96.08%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers and the RTP is 96.08% we will, on average, pay out £96.08 of wins.