Playtech slots are just getting better and better

January 14th, 2008

Our favourite slot machine so far in January 2008 is Playtech’s Bonus Bears. And before the Microgaming ra-ra squad start to email us or send around the heavies, we really do rate Bonus Bears higher than any of the new Microgaming casino slots released last week (Mark of Medusa, Little Chief Big Cash, Polar Bash).

Bonus Bears Progressive Slot - new from PlaytechBonus Bears is a 25 payline feature slot that is really fun to play as it offers both a bonus game and free spins win options.

Fancy a walk in the forest? Bonus Bears features realistic bird song background sounds (guaranteed to wake the cat draped over your computer desk) and surprisingly cheery music as you spin – especially given the number of bees and bears around! I guess it’s better than all the poisonous snakes, spiders and fire ants in my (Australian) bush.

Bonus Bears - new from PlaytechThe Bonus Bears Honey feature is triggered (pictured left) when 3 or more beehives appear. And this is where this new game starts to outstrip it’s competing slots game releases! The graphics in the bonus game are excellent! You choose a tree for the poor old bear to climb to swipe as many honey pots as possible before getting stung. We’ve had some very credible payouts from this game so far!

In addition to the Honey Feature Game multiple bears (on reels 2,3 and 4) result in 15 free spins – with all your wins tripled. (…and free spins can be retrigered within free spins, as can the Honey Feature game – which is great! We really did seem to be playing for ages based on just a free spins win)

Play for free – or for real money from $0.10 to $1 per line (so $2.50 to $250 per spin) at top rated Bet365 Casino.

Sorry, due to US anti gambling legislation no Playtech based online casinos can accept American players. Bummer.

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