Mystery At The Mansion Slots

Mystery-At-The-MansionMystery At The Mansion is one of several crime mystery games already on the market, so this one isn’t 100% original. They all follow the same script, presenting the player with a list of suspects and potential crime weapons, the task being to try and discover who did it. The bonus game is the one that allows you to get a bit deeper into the story and to find the murderer. The same mansion style home, with guests invited at some rich guy’s party, is used as the backdrop for the action in this game.

This is a 5 reel slot machine, with as many as 25 bet lines activated during each spin. The rewards you can expect inside consist both in features (scatters, free spins, bonus games and wilds) and in prizes of up to $15,000.

Features of Mystery At The Mansion

There is nothing surprising about the features that this slot offers, but they are all solid options, wilds and scatters with good payouts, enough free spins and the obligatory bonus game, which shouldn’t be missing from any mystery themed slot.

The wild shows us a detective, a man with a black hat and a moustache, the only one capable of replacing a regular symbol, in order to help it create its own combination. Having wild symbols in the game means also having a lot more prizes in the long run, though you’re not guaranteed to get paid just because the wild is present. The only time when you can be sure that you’re going to win something is when you have multiple wild symbols on the same payline, as this allows them to form their own combinations. They pay 5x to 7,500x, when you have between 2 and 5 wilds together.

The Mansion scatter symbol will pay based on the total bet, applying to it a multiplier that varies between 2x and 400x. The symbols can be scattered on the reels, and that capability gives the symbol its name.

Free Games Feature

Between 10 and 30 spins are offered for free, to any player that gets between 3 and 5 Mansion scatters on the reels, no matter in what position they are. They also get triple the usual prizes, so things tend to get a lot more profitable when the free spins are involved.

Bonus Game

The Colonel Bonus symbol is not a scatter, so the requirement is to have 3+ symbols of this type on the same payline, forming a regular combo. The reward is access to a bonus game, where you have to pick the murderer, out of the five people that are in the picture.


Betting options and jackpots

The full betting range of the slot goes from $0.01 to $50. The lowest value is the smallest denomination used for a coin, while the highest one uses 100 coins at their highest, which is $0.50. The coins are used 4 per payline, with 25 lines total.

Prizes will reward you with up to 7,500x the line bet, or 30,000 coins. That means $15,000 cash, if the $2 line bet was selected. The free spins will take that top jackpot to $45,000.

Design and symbols

The design is fairly typical for a murder mystery game, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not attractive. There are a lot of details to consider in each case, playing cards take the form of fingerprints under a magnifier glass, there are various possible murder weapons and the special symbols. With the reels surrounded by gold like decorations, the game feels like a true 19th century based mystery.

Symbols: Detective (wild, 7,500x), Colonel (bonus), Mansion (scatter, 400x triggering wager), Rat Poison (500x), Letter Opener (500x), Handgun (250x), Candlestick (125x), King (100x), Queen (100x), Jack (75x) and 10 (75x).


Is It Worth Playing?

I’d say that it is. Its mystery theme is not unique, but it’s one of the better slots that have this topic, so you shouldn’t miss out on it if you’re a fan of the genre. Payout wise it’s also one of the better titles from Net Ent, especially if the 3x multiplier of the free spins gets involved.

The Mystery At The Mansion slot machine is offered through the Net Entertainment platform, so if you want to play it for real or just to practice, look out for casinos that use it.