If you go down to the woods today, we’re pretty confident you’re gonna get a big surprise.
Welcome to our Bear Money slot game review.
We open up proceedings with a clean and tidy 5×3 reel layout and from there, we have 10 fixed paylines to work through – all the while still trying to keep our meal intact.
In addition to the usual colourful playcards we also have the Bear Money logo, a blueberry pie, a sandwich, cheese, a picnic basket, some jam and some juice.
The return to player (RTP) percentage isn’t always used as some shining beacon of hope, but there are plenty of punters out there who like to think of it as a helpful tool. That’ll be true for some who play Bear Money, with those folks being happy to learn the RTP for this one comes in at a respectable 96.50%. When you combine that with medium volatility, there are plenty of reasons to be intrigued by this slot.
You only have to put down a minimum of $€£0.10 before working it up to a maximum of $€£60 in this game, and from that point, winning 200x your initial stake is a real possibility.
The main thing we like about the visual aspect of Bear Money is how colourful it is. From the word go it just brightens up our mood and any slot that can do such a thing deserves to be appreciated, especially with symbols that have been designed so well.
There isn’t actually a wild symbol on display in this slot but a bonus jar of honey on the 5th reel is one to keep an eye out for.
Multi Cash Collector – every single picnic basket appears on the reels with a cash value underneath it, and if you can land six of them on reels one to four with the jar of honey on the 5th reel, the Multi Cash Collector feature is triggered.
The picnic basket remains in place and the reels will have baskets only, bears on the 5th reel and a few blank spots. There are also five respins which you can use to land even more baskets, with each bear awarding the total value of all the baskets.
Our Bear Money slot game review has come to an end and it has to be said that this is a really enjoyable slot. It’s almost as if they’ve been able to blend together the art of dark comedy with a hint of genuine childish fun, and that’s a weird balance to strike – so bravo to Inspired Gaming.