Adventures in Wonderland Slot Review
Adventures in Wonderland has 5 reels and 20 paylines and is brought to you courtesy of Ash Gaming. Based on the classic children’s story, it’s packed full of bonus features that can reward you with a huge progressive jackpot. You can play from as little as 20p a spin to as much as £200 a spin.
First up you have the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Bonus feature which is triggered by getting 3 or more Mad Hatter symbols anywhere in view. You need to choose from the 4 characters (Alice, March Hare, Dormouse and Mad Hatter). The longer your chosen character takes to drink their cup of tea, the grander the reward you’ll receive.
You will then see your chosen character place their hands over their cup of tea once they’ve had enough. Look out for the sugar because if sugar is added to their tea before they start drinking, you will win the progressive jackpot. The tea spoon will move from the sugar pot to the cup of tea and start stirring.
Then you have the Rabbit Hole Bonus feature which is activated by getting 3 or more Rabbit Hole symbols. You will see Alice falling down the rabbit hole and collect prizes as she ascends. Expect between 8 and 22 times your stake here which is very decent.
The last of the features is the Pocket Watch Bonus feature which is triggered by getting 3 or more White Rabbit symbols anywhere in view. You will see the Rabbit look at his pocket watch which stops a number of times (at random). This will give you the number of free spins you get – ranging between 7 and 20 free spins. The Rabbit will also jump across the reels and make the symbol he lands on into a wild for the remainder of the free spins. You will also benefit from an enhanced reel set which leads to better prizes.
Adventures in Wonderland has become a bit of a favourite for UK players due to the big wins you can achieve in the Pocket Watch Bonus feature especially. To be fair, most slots produced by Ash Gaming are very good (like Leprechaun’s Luck). I recommend you try Alice & The Mad Tea Party by WMS which has a similar theme.