Loading up the scratch card will present you with a ticket featuring nine panels, and it’s these panels that are designed in the form of paintings. The security guard will be present on the screen at the bottom left, keeping an eye on all of them, or if you opted for the robber, he will be in place instead. Each of the paintings features a different character from several of Netent’s popular slot games, such as one of the vampires from Bloodsuckers and one of the Japanese ladies from Geisha Wonders. The Hall of Fame title logo is etched across the top of the screen, while red ropes can be seen stretched across the front, stopping any potential intruders from getting too close to the paintings.
At the bottom of the screen, you’ll get to choose between the security guard or the robber in the first instance, while there’s also the possibility of viewing the game’s paytable at any time. Gamers also have the opportunity to turn sounds on or off at their will by using the speakerphone button. It’s here that you’ll also find the ‘Buy Game’ button, which you need to use in order to start another round. The only thing you need to know in this game is to match three of the same amounts which are found behind the paintings in order to be a winner.