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The Great Art Robbery is currently available only in free play mode in your country.

Prepare yourself for a high-stakes heist in The Great Art Robbery, an elegant five-reel video slot from iSoftBet. Match up rare art pieces and you could walk out a big winner. You can play The Great Art Robbery for free on this page, or play for real money at any of the iSoftBet casinos we have listed below.

Start by choosing your wager. You can either use the “Ad­van­ced­” or “Simple” menus to do this. First, adjust your coin denomination with the - and + buttons on the bottom left. Then, select the number of coins to wager on each line with the “Bet Per Line” button. You can change the number of active paylines with the “Lines” panel. Hit “Spin” to begin, or use “Bet Max” to play with the highest possible wager. “Au­tos­pin­” can be used to play without pauses between spins.

In The Great Art Robbery, your goal is to get matching symbols from the leftmost reel to the right along any of the active paylines. Wild symbols are rare, but when they appear, they will stay on the reels for up to 5 spins. Scatters pay in any position. To trigger the bonus feature, get 3 or more Bonus symbols. If you do well enough, you could end with up to 250,000 coins.

Game Play

Simple/Advanced: Change your bet selection mode.
-/+: Adjust the coin denomination.
Bet Per Line: Set the number of coins per line.
Lines: Change the number of active paylines.
Spin: Play at your selected bet.
Bet Max: Spin with the highest possible wager selected.
Autospin: Play with no breaks in between spins.

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Software iSoftBet
Slot Type Video slots
RTP Unknown
Special feature Wild Scatter
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paquito76 867 reviews
Reviewed on April 30. 2014


Albeit The Great Art Robbery from iSoftBet has average look but its symbols are not well-drawn and not too detailed. Somehow I find them indistinctive and always have a feeling when look at them that 10 minutes after when someone played it at very first time, couldn’t remember of any single character from the game. It seems iSoftBet just collected some figure ideas for this slot around the theme and created them without any conception or considering how they will fit to each other. For my taste, icons like modern security camera, high-tech gear, briefcase, hacker shouldn’t have mixed with ancient scroll, Egyptian vase or at least not this way, not with such kind of illustrations. I’m simply not a fan of its whole visual impression.

The game has the potential to reward a 250.000 coin Jackpot by help of Bonus game but in practice it’s not an open-handed side game. After getting Bonus icons in normal game, at bonus we have to pick painting one after the other and match them with the 3 arts shown on the left side until a painting is selected that hides a security alarm. I don’t know how the Jackpot amount was calculated or how could it be won but I’ve never got through the second selection and in all, it never awarded more than 15, 20 times of total bet.

Without having real free spin feature the only positive thing at this game is the Sticky Wild. If a Wild lands anywhere on the reels it remains that spot for the next 5 spins regardless of being a part of any winning line. In lucky situation there are several Wilds can come and the next spins might have another ones and with 3 or 4 of them on the table the chance for getting a bigger prize is well increased but of course it doesn’t happen too often. The common Scatter feature pays amount multiplied by total stake up to x100.

My two biggest win also attached to this feature and could collect €50+ and €70+ but generally it has not a good payout rate. Sometimes I changed my bets upward and downward from my usual used €1.25 stake but nothing changed. If I won with my optimal bet, 95 percentages of the cases this amount was between only the €0.50-€3 ranges.

My final verdict of this game is not too good. Long stretches without wins and if it comes has just poor returns. Slighting free spin features and using motley characters are not what I like to see at a slot game. It really has nothing that making me think that this game would deserve my attention or more importantly my money.
valentin68 535 reviews
Reviewed on March 19. 2014
If you were to ask me, I would say that this is rather one of the slots having a medium and even a low quality, from all the slots I have played so far, and also from the iSoftBet slots. As far as I'm concerned I have not won anything here and I lost the biggest part of the time not having part of any thrill of play nor of any wins.

So „The Great Art Robbery“ is a 25 payline slot (which for iSoftBet slots is a big number of paylines) and a minimum total bet of only 25 cents (1 cent/line). The slot brings nothing new in terms of appearance and theme because its graphic quality is on the overall quite poor (the theme of slot is the theft of art objects), nor in terms of the features offered. These features are triggered in this slot so rarely that they almost does not matter for the total wins.

First there are Wild symbols, which is true here are sticky for 5 re-spins, but they occur so rarely that the fact of becoming sticky does not matter any more. Besides, what good it is to have a sticky Wild on reel 4 or 5, if the slot does not offer many winning combinations, you will not even have a payout in 5 re-spins! . The other two features, namely the Bonus Game and the Scatter symbols are even more rare. First the Bonus game is triggered about once every 100 spins and provides some wins almost nonexistent (that is an average win of about 10-150 coins or 0.10 - 1.5 Euro). It consists of randomly choosing three fake paintings which if they match the true paintings on the left of the screen you get a payout. And that, if the alarm does not sound. Too little! About the Free spins round I should not even discuss here. The probability that they will be triggered is close to zero . Generally you will find one Scatter symbol about once every 20-30 spins! Very, very little.And in addition (better said for worse) the symbols pay here only from 3 upwards on the same payline.

I have played about 350 spins as I said at the minimum bet of 25 cents. After 100 spins I had a minus of 15 Euro in the total balance and finally the total minus rose up to 35 Euro. Never throughout the entire game I did not have some extra money in addition to the original amount. Like I said, if you were to ask me I would say it's better not to play here.
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The Great Art Robbery is a very well paying 25 paylines video slot. It reminds me of the music video Timbaland - If we ever meet again with Katy Perry (she's hot) only the paintings here aren't made by something that a little toddler would do imao. I don't understand why they would put that instead of something as enjoyable as the Mona Lisa, Vincent Van Gogh's starry night, or that scream painting....I would settle for that, yeah the old screamer? Anyways, enough of my bantering. In the Great Art Robbery slot, there are some big wins produced in assistance of Sticky Wild Cameras! The approach is the one of Isoftbets slot IBot only the winnings are more frequent and handfuls of cash are distributed on a common basis. I even won from $37.50 on a single spin in the base game for $1.25 bets a spin when I had 4 cameras held on the reels, three of them were held on the bottom reels of 1st, 3rd and 4th reel while the other sticky wild camera appeared on the top position of the 2nd reel. The winnings were lingered over time. I was just content on that experience. There are other experiences only they appeared as a diagonal line of 3 sticky cameras starting from the bottom reel..each working it's way up (Reel 1 bottom, Reel 2 middle, Reel 3 Top). I didn't want to gamble the win of $37.50 because I was happy with the win and it would be a total disaster to come finding a win like $37.50 just to lose it in one round of red or black. All the symbols are in good graphics, labelled nicely and they are for me....classy. Now there aren't any free spins so don't be disappointed! The main game is enough to compensate for that especially as far as Sticky Camera wilds goes. Almost every time when these cameras land they offer me a number. Frequently in numbers if 5! The scattered crowns paying by itself mostly gets uncovered as a pair for 2, sometimes single. What I'm trying to say about TGAR is it's far better and more hard working than IBot! I can't take it's slack! Due to the fact that I have not hit the bonus round as I've spent a few times on TGAR hopefully it would settle me for flying colours than the flat black and white if you know what I mean. Frequent sticky wild cameras almost always appearing at 5 spins, a gamble feature, an unknown bonus feature which I hope is not total cr*p and the final score for The Great Art Robbery is a 9 out of 10! Sticky wilds can potentially be a beast, like the cheetah or lion!

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