Sheriff Gaming Crazier Jewelry Slot Review

Published: July 16, 2013 | Category: Sheriff Gaming

Crazier Jewelry is a non-downloadable 3D slot machine that was produced by a software company called Sheriff Gaming. This slot has a precious jewels theme and it is set in Italy. It has 5 reels and 20 winning paylines and it can be launched instantly in your browser, no download necessary.

You can play on this slot either in the real cash mode or in the free play mode and one spin of the reels with all 20 paylines active starts from as little as 0.20 coins up to a maximum of 500.00 coins per spin, making this ideal for all budgets. It boasts some great 3D graphics and some fantastic in-play animations. It is also available in the fullscreen mode.

Crazier Jewelry has an autoplay feature which you can set up to a maximum of 50 autospins, but it doesn’t have a Double Up Gamble Feature. The Wild Symbol on this slot is the CCTV Camera and this will substitute all symbols on the reels apart from the Free Spins Scatter Symbols (The Old Man) or the Click Me Bonus Symbols (The Small Jewellery Box Symbol). When the Wild Symbol lands on reel 3, it can EXPAND to cover the entire reel.

The Click Me Bonus Round takes place on the reels and this is triggered when the Click Me Symbols land in any position on reels 1, 3 and 5. All you need to do is click on one of these symbols to reveal a guaranteed prize. The symbols that you didn’t select will also be revealed to you.

You will instantly be awarded 3 Free Spins when three of the Scatter Symbols appear in any position across the reels. If 4 appear you will be awarded 6 Free Spins and if 5 appear you will be awarded a maximum of 9 Free Spins.

Any symbols that appear in a winning payline during this bonus round will disappear from view and new symbols will drop into their position from above, hopefully creating even more wins. This will continue to happen until there are no more wins available. Crazier Jewelry is another great slot from one of the world’s most advanced online casino game developers.