Bull in a China Shop
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|Bonus symbol||4 pieces of porcelain|
|Min. Bet||0.10 demo coin|
|Max Bet.||100 demo coin|
Overview Bull in a China Shop Slot
When it comes to creating innovative games with new and interesting features the creative team at Play ‘n’ Go cannot be beaten. The developers somehow consistently create unique and entertaining slots and Bull in a China Shop is no different. Whilst this slot could come under the category of an Asian slot the title is universal and will certainly draw the players in. So, if you are ready to look at this brand-new offering keep reading.
Theme and Symbols
Unsurprisingly this slot is set within a China shop (the name is a bit obvious!) and when the game screen opens you are presented with a 5-reel, 20 pay line game area that sits within a pagoda style tiled structure. The reels represent Shoji screens with a plethora of symbols that emphasize the Eastern feeling. The Asian influence is light therefore you will not see a host of tigers, frogs, or dragons when the action begins, it is a far more subtle slot.
When it comes to the symbols you can expect to come across 9 pay symbols with the low payers being made up of the playing card suits clubs, spades, diamonds, and hearts and these are complete with a patterned Ming design. The theme is also carried through to the high paying symbols and there are 4 delicate pieces of porcelain plus a nervous middle-aged lady who I can only assume is the owner of the china shop. Landing 5 of the high paying symbols will reward you with 5x to 25x your stake.
The math model is also far more refined than you may expect, and this slot is far removed from the fast-paced, high volatility offerings that Play ‘n’ Go are well known for with this slot classified by the developers as 5 out of 10 when it comes to the volatility therefore sitting right in the middle as far as the volatility is concerned. The return to player on the default level stands at 96.20% but it does plummet if the operator has lowered the setting, so worth checking this before you start to play.
Regardless of the number of bonus games and modifiers, Bull in a China Shop is a relatively simple game. The bet level starts from 10p per spin up to a maximum of £100 per spin which is a range that will appeal to a wide audience and gives the slot universal appeal.
Unsurprisingly as there is a bull in the title of the slot this snorting beast appears in most of the features offered in this slot. The features are comprised of random modifiers and three separate types of free spin bonus games. The wild is the bull symbol and when it lands in the base game, not only can it replace symbols to create winning combinations, but it can also activate one of three random effects. The first is the happy bull and this sees 2 to 6 wild symbols added to your reels in random positions. The proud bull turns up to 5 of your reels completely wild and finally there is the angry bull who throws 2 to 6 2x multiplier wilds on your reels, and if you land more than one multiplier wild on a pay line the values are not multiplied or added together.
The gold statue of a bull is the scatter and can land on your 1st, 3rd, and 5th reels, and when you land three in view you are awarded 10 free spins as part of the bonus. You then have three options to choose from. The first is the happy free spins where every time a wild bull shows up and additional non-sticky wilds are added in increasing numbers, the first time the bull appears you get two, then three on the next activation up to a maximum of 14.
Next come the proud free spins and when the bull wild lands 1 to 5 stacked wild reels are created. Finally, there are the angry free spins, landing a wild in this feature will see 2 to 14 multiplier wilds created and these carry values of 2x, 3x, 5x or 10x which are then randomly applied to your wilds. Each of these bonus features can be reactivated although only once which gives you the chance to land 20 free spins in total.
This slot could have got lost amongst the vast number of similar games but Play ‘n’ Go have cleverly stopped this from happening by choosing the theme that they did and the way that they created and delivered the game. Many people will have heard the expression “a bull in a China shop” which refers to a careless individual who smashes everything around them, emotionally, mentally, and physically.
Although the features are not hugely original the theme more than makes up for this making this a distinctive slot even though the gameplay is straightforward. However, there is nothing for players to grumble about as there are wins of 5,000x the stake on offer and although the medium volatility may not sit well with you it makes a chance from the highly volatile high potential trend which seems to be the most used, therefore it is good to have a change. This is another dependable slot from Play ‘n’ Go that has great personality and potential and is sure to keep players entertained.