Forget daylight robbery. In Relax Gaming’s latest tour de force of top slot tremendousness, you’re a man on a midnight mission – to clean out a bank vault. Having already visited a few pie shops, by the looks of things. Play Midnight Marauder now
Yep, the hero of Midnight Marauder is a larger-than-life fella – and what’s wrong with that? Apart from the fact that he looks a little bit like Garry Bushell. We’re getting off topic.
Midnight Marauder – Collect & Multiply
In this six-reel, six-row release, you’re attempting to pull off a bank raid.
What that means in real terms is that you’re attempting to earn payouts by landing winning clusters – and players can win more than 30,000x your stake on a single spin. Hot damn.
One of this slot’s standout factors comes from the Collect and Multiply feature. This is triggered when any winning cluster of at least five matching symbols lands. The win is then collected into a single symbol position, and you’ll be awarded some respins.
During the respins, any additional matching symbols that land near your collection symbol are also collected. Collect these symbols to multiply your eventual payout when the respins finish.
Respins & Free Spins
There’s also a Free Spins feature which will kick in when you land three or more Bonus symbols. Here, you’ll enter the vault itself – protected by a snoozing security guard who doesn’t seem to pose much of a threat.
You can trigger additional Free Spins while the feature is in play, and naturally the Collect and Multiply system from the base game is in full effect here too.
With the screen jam-packed with precious gems and amusing animated details in the background, the visual style really adds to the experience here. And the impeccable music works brilliantly to accompany the concept of a crime caper played for laughs.
Looking to make it a Midnight to remember? Happily, this slot is available around the clock. For a bank job that’s less Dog Day Afternoon, more Carry On Heisting, this irresistible release offers the perfect crime. Ready to pull one last job?