|6.||Maximum jackpot in coins||5000|
|10.||Betting range||from $0.2 up to $10|
|11.||Coin Bet Range||from $0.01 up to $2|
|12.||Coins per line||1|
The true crime genre is always popular on any medium, including television, video games, comic books and others. The Asalto al Banco slot by MGA takes advantage of this by giving players a bank-robbing experience that plays out on the reels. You could end up taking down your own big score with this game if you hit the right combinations and features on the reels. In spite of the small amount of screen real estate, this game is full of fast-paced action.
A Classic Format
The format of this game is as classic as they get with three reels and one payline. You can see some of the symbols above and below the payline, but they only matter for the nudge feature, which we'll describe below, and they don't count for any regular payouts. You'll have a variety of different bet sizes to pick from in this game, as is the case with virtually all games that MGA has put out, and you can adjust your number of credits per spin as well. You can pick any bet size you want, however, and it will not negatively affect your RTP percentage, which is a big plus for this game.
Second Screen Game
There are two different sets of reels that you can play in this game. There's the main game, and then there's the upper game. When you win in the main game, you're given an opportunity to take it to the upper game. You can collect your winnings or wager them on the upper game. We suggest always wagering them on the upper game and then collecting winnings from the upper game as much as possible to get the best payout rate because the upper game has a little bit better odds.
There's a really fun nudge feature that you can get at random, and you can actually earn up to four nudges on a single spin. This will allow you to move a reel forward one space to give you payouts you wouldn't have received otherwise. You can choose the reels yourself, and while there is a degree of skill in this, it's pretty obvious what the best choices are if you pay attention to the pay table that's listed directly to the right of the reels. The robbers steps on the left-hand side of the game shows you how many nudges you have available.
Players can hit certain mini-game features at random that are based on the bank robbery theme. In the first game, you can get three of the tool bag symbol to get access to the vault and to pick up some big instant wins. In the second game, you'll pick up three of the vault to have access to a feature where you put in different combinations to get out prizes.
Three of the vault symbol gives you a choice between three vaults that can give you an instant win that's pretty large, and three of the money bag takes you to a room filled with lock boxes where you'll pick up prizes. The first feature is available in the main game, and the last three are only available in the upper game. They are a great source of value, and they're why you should spend as much time in the upper game as you reasonably can.
In the upper game, you'll have a chance to play with eight paylines (including vertical lines) by getting the alarm symbol. You'll also get random payouts for mixed bar symbols in the upper game as well, and the cumulative feature gives you extra payouts for accumulating the symbols that are stacks of money.
Main Game Payouts
There are three seven symbols and five fruit symbols in the main game for this slot. You'll win a 2x payout for any three of the seven symbols, and you can make that 4x for three of the cherries. Three of the plums is worth 8x, and it's 12x for three of the grapes. A set of three oranges or three lemons will pay you 16x and 20x, respectively. You'll notice the pay table is pretty balanced up to this point.
Then you have the three lucky seven symbols. Three of the blue seven earns 50x, and three of the yellow will pay out a very solid 250x. That jumps up to 1,000x for three of a kind of the red seven.
Classic slots get a bad reputation for being boring and having a lack of features, especially if they only have one payline. Asalto al Banco by MGA stands out in a major way by showing that this doesn't have to be the case. This is a very in-depth classic slot that gives players more action than what they would find in a lot of video slot games, and that's the kind of thing that will make people want to try out new formats and play styles.