Big Ben is a slot developed by Aristocrat. It operates on five reels and three rows and it offers 25 pay lines. It is a slot that offers a massive 400X multiplier if you hit the requirements of the Big Ben feature. The RTP of the game is 95.54%. You can play it free in demo versions or with real money in casinos online.
How to Play Big Ben
Should you play this in an online casino, set the bet to start the game. You can do this by clicking on the wrench icon on the top right. The minimum coin bet is 0.01 and the maximum is 0.20. Next, choose the number of pay lines you want to activate. This will be multiplied to your bet and the product is the total money you will stake for that spin. The payout table is a multiplier to the stake you placed per line.
A player can win by matching same-symbol combinations. The symbols that match has a prize value shown on the table below.
|HIGH-VALUE SYMBOL PAY TABLE|
|Times on a Pay Line||SYMBOLS|
|Wild||Scatter||Crown||British Flag||Double Deck Bus||Phone Booth||Street Lamp||Tavern|
The wild symbol substitutes for all symbols except the scatter. Winnings for any pay line that has a wild in it is doubled.
The scatter also has its own payout grid. The payout value is multiplied to the total bet of the triggered spin.
Check this table for an easy reference about the important features of the game.
|Scatter symbol||Big Ben|
Jackpots, Bonuses, and Features
The jackpot of the game is 30,000X your line bet if you land five wild symbols on a pay line. It has no progressive jackpot but it has several features.
- Free Spins – you will get free games if you land at least three scatter symbols. All winnings from the free spins are doubled. The bet and lines active during free games are the same with what triggered the free game.
- Big Ben – activated if the scatter lands anywhere on reels 1 and 5. If it does, the clock will chime randomly. The number of times it chimed has a corresponding prize. The lowest is 2X your stake and the highest is 400X.
Note that you can also win small amounts through the low-value symbols.