One of the many slot machines which are available at Microgaming casinos, Jumpin Rabbit offers you an interesting game, where the main character is a rabbit that’s jumping out of airplanes. The action takes place up in the sky, and you can see the ground from above if you check out the background image. Symbols have images of carrots or terrified rabbits, among other things. The slot has 30 lines which are fixed, and the payouts will only go up to $2,500. Free spins, scatters and wilds are the features which you can get in this slot.
Betting and Prizes
Jumping Rabbit game will not allow you to change how many lines are used, but you do have the ability to change the number of chips per line, or their value. 1 to 20 chips are used for a single line, making the total bet use 30 to 600 chips. The value of one chip is at $0.01 to $0.25, so you can spend up to $150 per spin.
With the top payout mentioned for this slot being at 500x, the most you can expect to win is 10,000 coins, which will be worth $2,500 or less. Even with 30 lines used, the payout offered here is very low.
Jumpin Rabbit Slot Features
Wild symbols will be represented by the image of a rabbit that’s jumping out of the airplane, with a yellow background around him and a Wild logo on top. This symbol is used only as a replacement, nothing else. It can’t form a combination of its own. It also can’t replace a scatter symbol. Getting multiple wilds on the same reel is a possibility.
The scatter symbol also shows you a rabbit, and it will be visible on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th reels. When you get it on all three, you can expect a feature with 10 free spins, which have additional wilds placed on the reels.
As you’ve probably noticed, the list of features is not very long, on the contrary. It’s clearly not one of the strong suits of the Jumping Rabbit.
Theme & Design
Many of the symbols which were selected for Jumpin Rabbit video slot are going to be themed, and this includes the two rabbits which have features attached, along with the game logo, airplanes, helmets, carrots and wind socks. The developers did add a couple of poker cards as well though. Design wise, it’s a cartoon style which might make you smile when you see the terrified bunnies which are falling from the sky.
I think the game is charming in its own way, but when you’re spending $150 per spin you’re hoping to see payouts that are bigger than the $2,500 which this game can give you. The feature list also seems rather thin.