A farmer’s field is enlivened by the presence of Bugs Bunny wannabes in Wonky Wabbits. Powered by Net Entertainment, this 5 reel, 15 payline slot comes with a win both ways game engine and duplicating wilds that can add up to 14 wilds to the reels. Available to play on all devices, stakes range from 15p to £150 per spin.
The design in Wonky Wabbits has a madcap feel – set against cartoon green fields, the reels include a healthy crop of tomatoes, sweetcorn, broccoli and aubergines. The tastiest vegetable is the carrot which offers payouts of up to 1,500 coins if you land 5 on a payline. Winning combinations can be made from right to left as well as left to right.
You won’t find any free spins or other bonus features here as all the action comes from the wilds which can multiply as quickly as even the friskiest rabbit. Whenever a wild lands, it will duplicate and create the best possible winning combination. Potentially best of all are the stacked wilds which can land on reels 2 and 4 – theoretically, you could end up with up to 14 wilds in play following a top duplication. This is known as the Wild Duplication feature.
The design here is simple but as we’ve come to expect from NetEnt is very nicely done. As is the slightly cheesy backing track which is a good match for the anarchic theme on show here.
As far as volatility goes, we found Wonky Wabbits to be somewhere in the medium range. It may be lacking in free spins and other goodies but the duplicating wilds can deliver some spectacular results. Combined with the win both ways game engine, you can win up to 2,600 times your stake on each spin.
The theme may be totally different but Wonky Wabbits reminded us a little of NetEnt’s futuristic, sci-fi favourite Starburst. A farmer’s field may be as far removed from deep space as it’s possible to get but both games have a single base game feature which is hammered relentlessly. The duplicating wild is an impressive extra and makes this rural romp well worth a look.