Pariplay Launches 'Grand Loot' Slot

Game designer Pariplay is taking you to the 1920s with the launch of its newest game 'Grand Loot', which is rife with mobsters and dames that tote guns.

The game is a 4 reel, 40 payline video slot that's set during the Roaring 20's, complete with cards, mobsters, guns, and a slew of different features that are sure to get your heart racing. The game features a multiplier of up to 50,000x your bet amount, free spins, scatters, and different special symbols like Booster, Collector, Golden Collector, Sniper and Golden Sniper, all of which pay out credits to players.

Grand Loot does have a variable return to player percentage (RTP) of between 94.24% and 96.24%. It also has built-in mobile support, letting you play on your phone or tablet.

"By centering Grand Loot on the theme of getting away with the perfect robbery and becoming rich, Pariplay has created an exciting and memorable gameplay experience, that harkens to an intriguing time when gangsters ruled the cities," said Pariplay CCO Christine Lewis. "This theme supports a variety of rewarding special features, including huge multipliers, special symbols and the Grand Loot Bonus."

Check out a preview of the game below:

Grand Loot is available now at casinos that feature Pariplay's library.

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Dustin Jermalowicz
Dustin has a long-standing passion for gambling. He has been writing professionally on the subject and breaking industry news for Casino Listings since 2011. His favorite casino games include Blackjack, Poker, and Hi/Lo. A proud native of Detroit, Dustin currently lives in Michigan.
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28 February 2021 - 5:03pm
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I've seen quite a few mob type of games being released recently so it seems to be a bit of a trend. It certainly looks quite appealing and I'm looking forward to try it.

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