The bet sizes available in Cops 'n' Robbers: Big Money range from 20p to £20.
Betting in this game is fixed at 10 paylines.
Cop Symbol & Robber Symbol
These symbols are Wild symbols, which can take the place of existing symbols on the reels to form winning combinations.
The Bonus symbol is the only exception to Wild symbol substitution!
The Cop symbol can appear in the Big Money Bonus, while the Robber symbol can appear at any point.
This symbol is the Bonus symbol, which may appear in any position during the base game.
Swag Bag Symbols
There are four different Swag Bags that could appear on a spin.
Swag Bag symbols may appear in any combination on the reels to pay.
Big Money Bonus
You can activate the Big Money Bonus by finding three or more Bonus symbols on a single spin!
There will be a win multiplier active during this bonus.
The value of the multiplier is based on the number of Bonus symbols used to activate the bonus:
There is a progressive trail during the Big Money Bonus, featuring the following marvellous multipliers: 2x, 3x, 4x, 6x, 8x and 10x.
Multipliers start on the sixth position on the trail and every third position thereafter.
Robber symbols can collect Swag Bags when they appear for a splendid prize!
Once you reach a multiplier position on the trail, it will be applied to the value of the Swag Bags collected.
The Cop can only move along a position on the trail if a Cop symbol appears.
If the Cop catches up with the Robber and successfully identifies them during the ID Parade feature, then the bonus will close.
There are three characters shown on-screen during this feature: Bert, Sid and Vic.
One of the characters will be randomly chosen and the corresponding feature will be awarded.
|Bert||Awards all winnings and closes the bonus|
|Sid||Nudges the Cop back along the trail by two positions|
|Vic||Pushes the Robber to the next multiplier position on the trail|
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 94.99%
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 we will, on average, pay out £94.99 of wins.