Enjoy some slapstick comedy with Larry, Curly and Moe in The Three Stooges – Disorder In Court. Powered by Pariplay, it’s a 5 reel, 25 payline slot that comes with top end design, a pair of pick’em rounds and up to 50 free spins. Play from between 25p and £25 per spin.
With a black and white courtroom in the background, the reels here have a real 1940s feel – symbols include lower value A to 10 playing cards as well as a cast of comic characters. The most rewarding of them is bowl-haired Moe. Land 3, 4 or 5 of him on a payline and you’ll pocket 6, 12 or 40 times your stake.
The Three Stooges together feature in the game’s wild symbol – it replaces everything bar the 3 bonus-triggering scatters and awards 4, 20 or 120 times your stake if you land 3, 4 or 5 in combination. The Three Stooges comes with a trio of bonus feature:
Whack-A-Juror Bonus Game feature – when the green parrot symbol hits on reels 1 and 5 on the same spin, you’ll trigger this round. There’s a parrot on the loose in the jury room. Swing at the jurors to reveal multiplier prizes. Keep on swinging until you have 3 misses.
Tag Mix-Up Bonus Game feature – land the Tag Mix Up symbol on the middle 3 reels to trigger this pick’em round. Choose items from the evidence room – each item will award a multiplier prize.
Black Bottom Cafe Free Spins feature – land 3, 4 or 5 of the Soitenly symbols and you’ll be rewarded with a trip to the Black Bottom Cafe plus 15, 20 or 25 free spins. You can trigger the Whack-A-Juror Bonus Game and Tag Mix Up Bonus Game features from within the free spins round as well as the base game. Furthermore, you can retrigger the feature giving you up to 50 free spins in total.
The Three Stooges is another finely crafted slot from Pariplay. The imagery is top notch and the accordion-heavy backing track gives the action a real madcap flavour. The features impress here too. We found the free spins to be a little hit and miss but the pair of pick’em round delivered some very tidy bonuses.
The slapstick comedy which made The Three Stooges famous isn’t for everyone – even if you’re not really a fan, the combination of quality design and an impressive range of extras make The Three Stooges well worth a view. I also recommend you try other Pariplay games with Asteroids and Blood Shot recommended.