If there’s one thing you can say about 4ThePlayer, the team behind 60 Second Heist, it’s that they always dare to be different. Rather than conform to the norm or the traditional, they want to innovate and push the boundaries. And 60 Second Heist slot game is another example of them doing just that.
We’ve seen 4ThePlayer be intelligent in naming their slot games in the past, and we have to credit them for doing the same again. As you will gather from the title, 60 Second Heist is a slot about pulling off a heist. But you could also say that when players spin the reels of slots, they’re pulling off heists of their own.
Instead of sticking with the traditional heist-style slot visuals of banks or downtown locations, 60 Second Heist is a game with a Miami Vice feel, with the action unfolding close to the ocean and palm trees in view.
Sometimes, it’s best to leave things open to a player’s imagination where games are concerned, and we think that’s what 4ThePlayer had in mind with how they present 60 Second Heist visually. The artwork is a comic book in its appearance, but the location is up to a player’s determination.
And, as always, 4ThePlayer have those spinning the reels of this slot well covered on the feature front, with the bonus rounds knitting together nicely with the theme. We’ll explore that in more detail shortly and also tell you about those all-important massive progressive multipliers that can come into play.
We start the game features section by mentioning Turbo Lock Respins, and these can appear after any win in the base game. The icons involved in the win will lock into place, with a respin taking place with all the other symbols. If more wins are found, the same process happens again, and again, with the feature running for a total of five seconds.
The free spins feature in this slot is called Win Time Free Spins. As always, players will need three scatters in view simultaneously, and they appear on reels 1, 3 and 5 in this 4ThePlayer release. Instead of a set number of free spins to play through in this one, there’s a timer that ticks down from sixty to zero.
As the free rounds happen, it’s possible to boost how fast the reels turn thanks to the Boost Scatter, and there are also Extra Time Scatters that will add more time to the clock. The border around the reels is also crucial in this feature because when the light makes it all the way around to complete a lap, it will boost the win multiplier, which can happen multiple times per round.
4ThePlayer also adds a Bonus Buy function into 60 Second Heist, where players can manually adjust a slider to reduce how long, on average, in terms of spins it will take to trigger the free spins bonus game. Of course, the further along the slide goes, the more it will cost.
- Great top prize available
- Feature ties into theme nicely
- Use of timer rather than pre-determined amounts of free spins
- Betting range could be more accessible
- The timer approach won’t be for everyone
- Game could be seen as a bit gimmicky
The max win available is 60,000x the bet.
Stakes start at 10p, with the max stake of £20.00.
The hit frequency in this game is around 21.34%.
Using the Bonus Buy option costs between £1 and £100.