ABOUT BONUS BUNNIES SLOT
In 2020, we’ve been putting our support behind the fledgling slot company Nolimit City, awarding new games like Punk Rocker, Deadwood, and Harlequin Carnival high marks. They’ve been riding the crest of a wave of high-risk slot releases, capturing the attention of high-risk slot lovers throughout Canada with these fantastic games that combine fantastic themes and aesthetics with unique features like the xNudge Wild. They’re also proving to be rather busy, with new titles coming out every month, which is always encouraging and will keep them in the spotlight throughout the year. Nolimit has dialed down the variance two notches for their June 2020 release, opting for something a little sparser and more laid back – Bonus Bunnies is a trip into the countryside that is much less of a headspin than previous titles, and it just might broaden their fanbase as we head into a long summer.
THE GAME, SYMBOLS, AND GRAPHICS
The slot’s cartoonish rural backdrop and slightly dopey-looking rabbit are evocative of a Disney animation, and are representative of Nolimit’s high-quality artistic production. The reel set is a basic 4×4 with 30 fixed paylines that are active at all times during the game. The cards 10 through Ace symbolize the low value symbols, while the premiums include cucumbers, onions, tomatoes, and peas, among other vegetables. With a payout of 15x for four on a payline, the tomato is the most valuable symbol.
There’s also a Rabbit bonus scatter symbol that substitutes for all other symbols and pays 15x for four on a line, as well as a Wild symbol that substitutes for all others and triggers the Carrot Link spins feature detailed below.
RTP, VARIANCE, AND PAYOUTS FOR BONUS BUNNIES SLOT
Bonus Bunnies does not have the same high wire volatility as most other games in the NoLimit City portfolio, in keeping with its more lighthearted concept and moniker. Instead, this is a medium variance game that, as previously said, may appeal to a wider audience. It has a competitive RTP of 96.14 percent and a top prize of 6,950x. These are good numbers, and the slot is worth checking out regardless of your preferences.
FEATURES AND GAMEPLAY
The way the rabbit rushes from reel to reel to nibble on the carrots, activating win events as he goes, is similar to the way the rabbit leaps from reel to reel to chomp on the carrots in Push Gaming’s notorious Fat Rabbit slot. This is how it works:
Rabbits and Trails in the Woods
The Rabbit Scatter and a Wild symbol landing on the reels at the same time is the important occurrence in the base game. The rabbit will then proceed to the closest Wild and devour it. He does it by leaving a Wild in the location from where he came, as well as turning the reel he lands on into a Wild reel. This clever technique appears frequently to boost your winnings, and it gets even better when two scatters appear and BOTH the reel and row with the Wild turn entirely Wild.
Spins with Carrots
You’ll need to land 3 or more Rabbit Scatters on a single spin to trigger the main event. The scatters now display a multiplier figure, while all other spots on the 4×4 grid become blank, revealing a new set of symbols:
There’s no need to explain Multiplier Carrots!
- Harvesters – receive the benefits of all the current multiplier values on the grid.
- Fertilizers – Increase all carrots’ multiplier values.
- Settlers – Increase the number of rows or reels by one.
The round begins with three spins, which are reset once each new symbol appears on the reels. This bonus continues until the entire grid is filled with symbols or all of your spins have been used up. If it’s the former, the final symbol to land will be a special key symbol, which will unlock a chest with a 5x multiplier.
After that, the entire multiplier is added to your investment, and you are paid out.
It’s safe to say that this game is unlike anything else in NoLimit City’s back catalogue. It’s evident that they’re trying to cater to more casual slot gamers, both conceptually and in terms of the lower-variance gaming engine, which provides a more steady stream of rewards. So, whether you enjoy it or not is a matter of personal choice; if you enjoyed Deadwood and Tombstone, this game is probably not for you. Bonus Bunnies, on the other hand, will be a delightful little journey if you prefer your slots basic. It’s not overly feature-rich, and it’s unlikely to fuel frantic victory sequences, but it’s well-made, it looks fantastic, and it keeps you engaged… for a while.