Purpose of video
Today we are going to talk about Evolution’s Crazy Time, the successor to Monopoly Live.
The gameplay basics and bonus rounds will be introduced to those who are not yet familiar with Crazy Time. If you know how the game works, feel free to skip forward — I will analyse the possible manipulations of the game and show you a few suspicious moments that I came across later in the video.
Excerpt from the video:
The Crazy Time wheel, just like the Monopoly Live wheel, comprises 54 segments.
- 21 segments pay 1x the stake
- 13 segments pay 2x the stake
- 7 segments pay 5x the stake
- 4 segments pay 10x the stake
- The Coin Flip bonus game has 4
- The Pachinko bonus game has 2
- The Cash Hunt bonus game has 2
- The Crazy Time bonus game only has 1 segment on the wheel.
Another innovation of the game is a two-reel digital display above the wheel, called the Top Slot, on which separate multipliers are drawn for the segments. The multipliers range from 2x to 50x and can apply to regular wheel segments and the bonus games. Of course, the multiplier won’t be active in every round; the payout boost is only valid if the two Top Slot reels align in the centre of the display.
According to Evolution’s official game description, Crazy Time’s RTP percentage varies depending on the wager placed, ranging from 96.08% on the ‘1’ segment to 94.41% on the Crazy Time bonus game. This is significantly lower than the RTP of most slot machines, so I recommend playing this game with caution — you can win a lot on a money wheel, but you can lose even more. Always play responsibly!
Learn more about how the Crazy Time Live casino game works in the video below: