Chaos Crew is an eccentric and odd video slot from Hacksaw Gaming, with only 15 win ways on a 5x5 grid. It’s all about the Cranky Cat mystery multiplier wilds in the base game here. Yet, you’ll need the Hold & Win bonus round to land payouts closer to the 10,000x potential.
Chaos Crew is playable on any device and with wagers ranging from 0.20 to 100 each spin. You shouldn't anticipate too many winnings on these spins, as the game is quite volatile and features plenty of losing streaks. Long-term equilibrium is achieved by a good RTP of 96.3% and a bonus game that can get crazy. Prepare yourself for the game to become tedious, which can be stressful.
The minimal amount of paylines, 15 to be exact, and the generally low symbol values make it difficult to advance. Combinations of three to five are available with the odd assortment of nine pay symbols. As the low pay symbols, there are eight balls, skulls, smiley faces, crosses, and lightning. Moths, brains, and apple cores represent the middle salary, while tentacles represent the high pay. Five of a kind mids are worth five times the wager, while a full line of tentacles is worth twelve times the wager.
Extras in Chaos Crew consist of a unique wild that can affect victories. The sole additional feature is a bonus game that can be activated or purchased.
The cat is wild and can substitute for all other symbols in the game excluding the scatter. In addition, a multiplier of unknown nature multiplies the line win. As it lands, one of the following values will be displayed: x2, x3, or x5. If multiple Grumpy Cat symbols appear on the same payline, the multipliers will multiply one another.
When free spins symbols appear, they are accompanied by a brief record scratch sound; three of these symbols will activate the free spins feature. This game begins with 3 spins and continues until you have three consecutive losing spins. Each time a winning symbol appears, the number of spins is reset to three.
Above each reel is a corresponding number. At the conclusion of the bonus, the sum of these numbers is multiplied by the total wager to determine the payout. This mode utilises the same 5x5 grid, but with different symbols. The majority of them are inactive placeholders that display encouraging phrases like "Nope!"