Pariplay begins 2021 with the launch of several impressive game titles, including Grand Loot. This early release is a mafia-themed slot game closely resembling Relax Gaming’s hit, Money Train 2. However, Grand Loot does add some gameplay tweaks to this reskin. The game is set in a 1930s American city, likely Chicago, and has a potential for decent winnings and an exciting bonus game. Despite the release of Money Train 2 six months ago, it still dominates casino lobbies worldwide. This is largely due to its ‘Hold and Win’ feature, which, combined with Relax Gaming’s creativity, has captivated the gambling community. Grand Loot mirrors this success, providing a similar experience. <br><br>The game has a high volatility and a solid RTP at 96.24%, although this can vary depending on where you play. The hit rate is decent at 21.53%, meaning theoretically every fifth spin will be a win. Like Money Train 2, Grand Loot has a potential of 50,000x the stake. The game includes 8 regular symbols, with lower ones being whiskey, cigars, pistols, and newspapers, and premium ones being luxury cars, bouncers, gangsters, and mafia bosses. The Wild symbol is a femme fatale, substituting for any other regular symbols. The game doesn’t offer many extra features and relies mostly on its bonus game. <br><br>However, Grand Loot is still engaging with its frequent bonus appearances and decent rewards. When 6 or more Scatter symbols appear on a base game spin, the Grand Loot Bonus is activated, transforming Scatters into random cash prizes. New symbols that land on the grid stick for the remainder of the bonus feature and reset the number of spins back to 3. <br><br>Despite Grand Loot’s appeal, it falls short in some areas when compared to Money Train 2. For instance, the base game of Grand Loot lacks additional features, while Money Train 2 offers Respins with a progressive Multiplier. Furthermore, Grand Loot does not provide a Bonus Buy option, which seems an oversight given the game’s focus on its bonus feature. In comparison, Money Train 2 includes this feature.