You’re presented with a fairly standard layout when it comes to this game, with five reels and three rows being clearly visible. This is definitely an easy enough interface to play on, as it’s frequently found in video slots. It is upon these reels that you’ll be able to see the various different potential murder weapons, which exist in the forms of a revolver, a candlestick, a dagger and, of course, bottles which are filled with poison. There are also the regularly appearing icons of A, J, K, Q and 10 appearing on the reels, as well as one or two extra icons to provide the game with its special features, which we’ll get to a little bit later.
As well as its included reels and rows, players will be able to place wagers on 25 different pay lines. However, if you have the preference for betting on fewer lines, you can alter this with the ‘Bet Lines’ button to suit your own needs. Further customisation is available on the amount of the bet you place per spin, and this starts with the value of a single coin. This is able to be altered between its minimum level of €0.01 and will go up to an overall high of €0.50 per line. Then, you have the option of switching the bet level around, which offers up a range of between one and four. Therefore, an overall maximum wager of €100 is able to be played per round.