The Holmes and the Stolen Stones slot was released in September 2015 by Yggdrasil and it is available in 26 languages, including English, German and Spanish. The game is played on a grid of 5 reels and 3 rows, and there are 20 paylines. The game is optimised for play on mobile devices and can be played in a variety of browsers on your desktop computer. These include Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Chrome. There is an autoplay feature, which might well be useful, given how impressive this game looks.
The minimum bet you can place in this game is 0.2 coins and the maximum is 40 coins. The maximum win on offer, according to Yggdrasil’s website, is £24,000. There are 5 local progressive jackpots available to win too, and we will take a closer look at those later on in this Holmes and the Stolen Stones slot review. The game has a medium to low variance, so triggering the feature can sometimes seem a little difficult. We certainly found it tricky when we played the game.
What is the Holmes and the Stolen Stones Slot’s RTP?
The RTP rate for this slot is 96.80%, which places it in a fairly typical range for this type of video slot. The vast majority of Yggdrasil’s slots have an RTP of between 96 and 97.00%. Examples include Gem Rocks (96.20%), Jackpot Raiders (96.30%) and Nitro Circus, which has an RTP of 97.00%. Considering that there are progressive jackpots on offer, that RTP is perhaps a little high. Other slots with progressive jackpots tend to have lower RTPs. An example is the Deal or No Deal What's in your Box slot from Blueprint Gaming, which has an RTP of just 92.54%.