Virtual Slot Crime Spree with Red Rake and Bonnie and Clyde
Red Rake Gaming have added another title to their growing portfolio this month with the release of a video slot based on the infamous criminals Bonnie and Clyde. This slot whisks players back to the 1930s, the age of gangsters, machine guns and old-school car chases.
The Spanish-based Red Rake Gaming aim to transport players to a world of infamy and excitement, as they ride along with one of history’s famous criminal couples.
What to Expect
The Bonnie and Clyde video slot comes with a 5x4 setup and a total of 50-paylines. The symbols include guns, cash and banks—everything related to the infamous crime spree that this couple undertook nearly a century ago.
Some of the standout features of the Bonnie and Clyde slot are the features that each of the game’s main characters have. The Clyde feature lets players cashout for wins in both directions, doubling the amount of paylines and significantly increasing the chances of a big win. During this feature the Bonnie symbol offers extra spins and make things even more interesting.
The Bonnie symbol can also unlock a free spin feature if she appears 3, 4 or 5 times. At this point players will be given 10, 20 or 50 spins, and they will also be able to unlock more if the Bonnie symbol appears multiple times again during those free spins.
Bonnie and Clyde is built on a solid framework, utilizing features that have helped to form many other Red Rake Gaming titles. The visuals and the animations are well thought-out, with a painstaking attention-to-detail that helps to create a immersive title from the first spin to the last. There are also police chases, robberies and other activities occurring throughout a single play session, giving players the chance to feel what it was like to live like famous outlaws.
Licenses and Approval
Red Rake Gaming’s new release comes a day after they announced they had received a gaming license from the Malta Gaming Authority. They have also been granted a B2B license and a Game Host license from the United Kingdom Gambling Commission.