Bamboo Rush Slot review
A game which places the action in China’s wilder regions, Bamboo Rush will have huge top payouts of up to 53,208x to pay.
Bamboo Rush, a release from Betsoft Gaming, is not the best looking slot machine that you’re going to find in the portfolio of this particular developer, nor does it have the best story around. In fact, if you look at it, you get the idea that it’s just one more very common and easily forgettable slot machine, the kind of which we see hundreds launch each year. While in other areas you will discover a game with lots to offer, more on that below, I’m not as excited to tell you about its graphics, which are average looking. You do get adequate symbols for the higher value icons. These show us the Panda Bear, Lotus Flowers, Gold Coins, the Game Logo, a Temple and the Yin Yang logo. The Royals of low value are not doing a great job at improving the game though. Overall, an easily forgettable slot machine, with some of its graphics OK, but none of it looks spectacular. The Asian wildlife theme doesn’t help it much either, we’ve seen it too often in games already.
What Bamboo Rush lacks when it comes to graphics, it makes up for via its top payouts (53,208x is the highest win possible) and the above average Return to Player (96.90%). Those two figures alone make the game worth playing, even if we take the boring design into consideration. This 5 reel slot offers 40 active lines. The features which it includes will range from stacked symbols, to wilds, up to 27x combined multipliers, scatters and free spins.
As a game with big potential, it doesn’t have a very big betting range, it only goes from $0.10 to $10.
By far, it’s the free spins that will prove most exciting in Bamboo Rush. These trigger via Golden Panda symbols, which are needed in three to five positions. 8, 12 or 20 free games are offered.
In free spins mode, you will get 2x and 3x multiplier wilds, on the middle columns. As these multipliers can be combined, you will get wins boosted by as much as 27x total.
Mostly, the game’s arguments revolve around the potential it has, which is huge, but it all comes via the free spins, the base game doesn’t do as better for its players. Overall, I’d definitely play the game, though that has nothing to do with its graphics.