Indeed, it is a whole of a mystery why we haven’t seen anything in this line of thinking before. Now, RTG has filled this slot with a relatively new slot (sorry for tautology).
‘It’s a Mystery’, as the name suggests, is all about detectives and crime solving. A guy vaguely similar to Mr Sherlock Holmes is trying to solve a crime in a large family mansion in which a respectable old man and a woman (perhaps, the man’s mistress) are involved. What the detective will find is unknown, but in the process, it is your primary mission to help him find the key to the secret and, in the meantime, get something for yourself in form of cash.
Five reels, twenty-five paylines. So far so good. The largest prize is very small, for unknown reason, which is disappointing: 7,500 coins. The second one, though, is larger than an average runner-up award – 2,500 coins. You can choose from a number of denominations for you coins, starting with the humble $0.01 and finishing with impressive $5.
The winning combinations are 41. Your chances, therefore, are on the rise. Wild symbols and scattered symbols are available, and so are bonus games of two kinds: in form of rounds and up to 50 free spins on the reels. Auto spinning is present, gamblers.
‘It’s a Mystery’ is a good slot, but the dwarfish amount of the jackpot is a show-off.