Crack Sherlock Holmes’ biggest case yet and take home an unforgettable win.
Land 3 Bonus Symbols to enter the Picker Puzzle Room with two bonus games. Spin the wheel in the Blackwood Wheel Bonus to earn cash and Free Spins, and solve clues in the Hunt Bonus to earn a Bonus Doubler and Locked Wilds.
Plus, there’s a Mystery Multiplier and Teamwork Feature that’ll earn you extra cash in the main game.
Let the hunt begin.
Sherlock Holmes - The Hunt for Blackwood features 30 paylines for 60 coins.
30 Lines + Feature
Displays the current number of coins being played. Betting is fixed at 30 paylines which costs 60 coins.
Displays the current coin value shown in currency.
Press to submit the bet and spin the reels.
Mystery Multiplier Feature
The Mystery Multiplier feature can trigger after any base game spin that does not also trigger a bonus. Multipliers from 2x to 10x multiply the entire win for that spin. Outcomes are paid only after the multiplier is revealed.
The Teamwork feature can trigger after any base game spin, turning all Holmes and Watson symbols to the combined Holmes/Watson symbol.
Check out the paytable for win values.
Both the Teamwork feature and Mystery Multiplier feature can be triggered on the same spin.
Wins are paid only after the Teamwork Feature triggers.
Three Bonus scatter symbols anywhere on reels 1, 3, and 5 trigger the Picker Puzzle.
Blackwood Wheel Bonus
If at least one pointer is active at the completion of 10 spins, the total bonus win, including any win from the initiating Picker Puzzle, is doubled and the bonus ends.
All wheel values, including Sherlock prizes, are multiplied by coin value.
The Hunt Bonus
Holmes and Watson symbols are Wild and substitute for all other symbols.
Reels used in The Hunt Bonus are different from the reels used in the base game. The free spins cannot be retriggered.
Free spins are played at the same coin value and same number of lines as the triggering spin.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 95.03%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.03 of wins.