Do you fancy your chances alongside Sherlock Holmes and his partner Dr. Watson? In this Tom Horn slot, the pair aim to get a compromising photograph of the King of Bohemia and stop the American opera singer Irene Adler from making it public.
Based on one of the very first works in the Sherlock Holmes universe, Sherlock is a fun game with bright, detailed graphics depicting late Victorian Britain and a grandiose orchestral soundtrack too. If you prove to be more than a match for Holmes, you might get the chance to try out the Bonus Games, or get some Free Spins of your own. It’s elementary, my dear MrQ...
How to play
This slot has 25 paylines, with all wins going from left to right, and the standard 5 reels. Some of the symbols have a definite ‘Sherlock’ theme, with a notebook, mirror and bag of coins among them - just what you’d expect to see Holmes come across when working on a case - the Mirror symbol is the most valuable, so make sure you don’t break one, or it really will be bad luck! Meanwhile, Irene pops up too as the Wild symbol. Although she doesn’t pay out directly, she substitutes for all symbols apart from the Scatter and Bonus symbols.
If you’d rather uncover extra features than the picture of the King of Bohemia, you might well go away feeling more than satisfied after playing this slot. First of all, there are Free Spins up for grabs - 3 Scatter symbols will get you 10, 4 get you 15, while 5 get you 20. If that’s not exciting enough, there are two different types of Bonus symbol for you to find - one features Sherlock Holmes himself and the other the King of Bohemia.
Get 3 or more Holmes Bonus symbols, and you’ll be through to the Newspaper Bonus Game. Simply click on the blank pictures in the newspaper - the game ends when you find the infamous compromising photo of the King, and your win could be up to 75x!
Alternatively, if you get 3 or more King Bonus symbols, the Paparazzi Bonus Game will be activated. It works much the same way, but you’ll have to keep an eye out for the paps! Wins can be up to 100x too, so you could get your own bag of gold sooner than you can say ‘Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’...