Free Gangster Paradise slot
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Gangster Paradise slot is the second Novomatic of this genre, the first being the highly popular Chicago game with its random multiplier in the free games bonus. Those of you around in the 1980's will no doubt be humming the chart hit of the same name by Coolio but alas there is no music here other than some gentle movie stuff alongside the typical trotting noises from the reels. The graphics are smooth and glossy with the grid laid over a small background of a night time cityscape, but will these gangsters be pulling a major heist on our bankroll?
There are 25 fixed paying lines on Gangster Paradise slot with symbols both stacked and single. You have Revolver Chamber single Wild on all reels paying you top line pay for 5-of-a-kind at 20x bet, then Gangster 12x, Gangster's Moll 8x, Cop or Car 6x and finally 6 crd values of either 4 or 3x. Nothing too large there which is typical of these latter day Redline Novomatics. There are FBI Badge scatters on all 5 reels though which is good as there aren't any in-play random things going on here - these streets are a little quiet for my liking!
The free games trigger requires 3 or more of those scatters anywhere in view and you get 7 spin, or 10 for 4 scatters and 15 for 5. The Wilds disappear from the grid and the modifier applied instead is that any fully-stacked symbol landing in view on any reel will transform into a Wild reel. This means you could hit the game's quite modest maximum 500x bet hit during the bonus. You don't get retriggers but just two scatters in view will award you 5 extra spins.
Gangster Paradise slot is decent enough looking with some good sound effects and animations but if you're thinking crime stories are exciting in general, they aren't in this town. The RTP is a pretty mundane 95.26% and that adjective is appropriate in my view for describing the whole game in one word. It seems that Novomatic in general have moved away from their volatile classics like Lucky Lady's Charm and Katana and we just get variations now of the same lower-volatility maths model from Redline instead. I am afraid this one just ain't worth the protection money...