If you go down to the woods today, you won't see bears having a picnic but five reels and 25 paylines filled with cash. That's right, when you take a spin on Bonus Bears, you'll not only get to enjoy all the fun of a nature-themed picnic, but you'll also get the chance to win £250,000!
Bonus Bears Game Info
- Bet from as little as £0.01
- Win as much as £250,000
- Two bonus rounds
- Software Provider: Playtech
How to Play Bonus Bears
To sample the bear's finest honey and play for prizes worth as much as six figures, you need to place your bets. When it comes to Bonus Bears, the stakes have been designed to suit players of all persuasions. Regardless of whether you're a lower roller or a high stakes pro, this game is perfect because you can adjust the paylines from 1 to 25 and the bet size from £0.01 to £50. So, even if you're just looking to sample a few snacks from the picnic basket, you won't have the break the bank to do it.
Once you've sat down for something to eat, Bonus Bears will start unleashing its treats. When it comes to fixed payouts, the prizes start to roll in from 5x your line bet when you match three 9s. Continue up the ladder with wasps, picnic hampers and park rangers and you'll reach as high as 5,000x your line bet - which should be more than enough to keep everyone smiling.
A Feast of Ways to Win
To make our bear's picnic a little bit more special, scatters and wilds are on hand to give you even more money. Spin in three or more beehives (scatters) and you'll get to choose which tree the bear climbs. Depending on the trees you choose, the bear will collect honey pots worth varying amounts of money until he eventually finds a beehive.
On top of this bonus, three dancing bears on reels 2, 3, and 4 will earn you 15 free spins. Repeat this feat during your bonus spins and you'll get another 15 free turns of the reels. Overall, if you're looking for a feast of ways to win down in the woods, Bonus Bears is the best option on the menu.
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