Rabbit Rampage

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The Rabbit Rampage slot can be found at Aspect Gaming casino sites, and it's based on a sort of Asian-inspired theme with rabbits that are out to take down fields of crops. It has a fun theme and good graphics, which is a combination this developer is known for, and it also provides some fairly fast-paced gameplay. This creates a play style that will appeal the most to people who like their volatility on the lower side and their hit-rates on the higher side with a pay table that has wins available at all levels.

Game Layout

When you play this game, you'll notice that there are a ton of ways to get paid on each spin. With 50 paylines spread across a set of five reels and four horizontal rows, you'll be wagering a minimum of $0.50 per turn. The reason for that is that the smallest available bet size is $0.01, and when you multiply that by 50, that's what you get. A number of other bet sizes are available for players at different levels of stakes, and you won't have to worry about being excluded from enjoying this game because of not being able to find a bet size that fits your bankroll.

Wild Stump Symbol

There is a stump symbol that appears on almost all of the reels. You'll be able to find it on the second, third, fourth and fifth reels, but it doesn't show up on the first. This is the wild symbol. It substitutes for every symbol in the whole game other than the scatter, which we'll take a look at below, and that's the case in both the regular game mode and the free spins mode. It becomes even more valuable in the free spins as well.

Scattered Rabbit Symbol

You can't have a Rabbit Rampage slot without a rabbit, and that's where the scatter symbol comes into play. It gives you a win worth four times your total bet when you get all three of them on the reels at once. This payout happens in both the regular game and in the free turns, so you're in good shape when it appears on the reels. You'll only find it on the first, second and third reels in this game.

Free Spins Bonus Feature

When players get all three rabbit symbols on the game board at the same time, they will also be awarded a set of 10 free spins. You can add an extra five free spins to this feature by getting three rabbits again, but that can only happen once for a total maximum of 15 free spins per feature. During this bonus round, all wilds will become sticky and stay in place until the end of the feature when they appear anywhere on the reels. Get a few on there early, and you're in for a treat with some major chances at extra wins across all 50 paylines.

Top-Level Wins and Symbols

The man in the hat is the top-paying symbol, and it awards you 200x for five of a kind. You can pick up 150x for five of the golden circle with a mountain landscape inside, or you can make it 150x for five of the wagon. The crossed axe symbols will also get 150x for five, and so will five of the bag full of gold medallions. The main difference between these symbols is that the first four will pay for just two of a kind or more, which is huge on a 50-payline slot. The last one, the bag of medallions, only pays for three of a kind or more instead.

Card Rank Symbol Payouts

The way the card rank symbol pays are structured in this game are different than just about any other payout structure we've seen. There is a purple A, an orange K, a yellow Q, a blue J, a red 10 and a green 9. All six of these symbols will pay 100x for five of a kind. However, the lower payouts for these symbols for three of a kind or four of a kind vary.

Our Thoughts

The Rabbit Rampage game is a good example of Aspect Gaming bringing something new to a theme that's been used before. It also has an incredibly flat pay table, which is very atypical of the industry in general, in that there are a total of 11 paying symbols, but the top win is worth just twice the value of the lowest five-of-a-kind win. It's an interesting approach, but it feels like the type of game that will only have a niche audience.

By Jesse Eddleman
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