Join the pursuit once more in Cops ‘n’ Robbers Drop Shot Deluxe.
Land three or more Bonus Scatters on the reels to activate the Drop Shot Bonus, where you could win up to 500x your wager combined with the Take It or Leave It feature.
When three Free Spins Scatters appear you will enter Free Spins, which can be re-triggered.
The chase is on.
The bet sizes available in Cops 'n' Robbers: Drop Shot Deluxe range from 25p to £20.
Betting in this game is fixed at 25 paylines.
Wild and Scatter Symbols
In this game, Wild symbols can appear on every reel. They are able to substitute for all other symbols excluding Scatters.
Bert Scatter symbols can be displayed on every reel in this game too.
Drop Shot Bonus
The Drop Shot Bonus is unlocked when a minimum of three Bonus Scatter symbols land on the reels.
Number of Bonus Scatters
Zone Colour Activated
You will win if the ball ends up in a cash prize slot after it has been released.
Take It or Leave It
When you've played the Drop Shot Bonus, you will be offered two choices - Take It or Leave It.
You can collect your cash prize by selecting the Take it option, or gamble your win with the Leave It option to fire another ball into the slot.
If you pick the Leave It option, losing X's and Jail Cells will replace some of the cash prizes available.
If the ball ends up in a Red X then the bonus round will end, and if it lands in a Jail Cell you will be taken to the I.D. Parade.
The highest possible win in this part of the game is 500x your bet.
Land three Free Spins Scatter symbols on reels 2-4 in order to trigger the Free Spins bonus round.
Reels 2, 3 and 4 are the only ones that can display Free Spins Scatters.
You have 10 free spins when you begin this bonus round, which can be re-triggered if at least three Free Spins Scatter symbols appear.
Bert could appear and add more Wild symbols to the reels while you are playing the Free Spins bonus round.
Your free spins are played with the same wager as the spin that initiated the feature.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 95.04%
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 £95.04 in wins.