Rabbit in the Hat slot review (Microgaming)
Rabbit in the Hat is a new development by Microgaming. The theme of this slot seems to revolve around a magic trick given that the slot features a magician who appears to pull a fluffy bunny from his magic hat.
Other times, you will see a number of rabbits appear from the hat or on other occasions, the rabbit will get into the magician’s hat and just varnish.
A lot of slot developers seem to have a liking for the Magicians theme and at the beginning of this year (2009) Microgaming released their other magician themed slot, The Great Albini.
Rabbit in the Hat plays on 5 reels with 3 lines, the slot also has 9 Pay Lines which are non-selectable. With the Rabbit in the Hat slot, the minimum bet amount that you can use is 0.09 while the maximum Bet is 18.00. The highest amount you can win with this slot is 5000xs. This slot is low-medium in volatility with an RTP of 96.61%.
On the Rabbit in the Hat reels, I encountered a total of 12 standard symbols. I found this to be a little overwhelming especially if you are new in the world of slots. There are six lower value symbols and six higher value symbols. On the higher value symbols, there is a locked box, a rabbit, a wheel of death (with swords to be slung), a treasure chest, a magician and his blonde coloured assistant.
There is an additional symbol on the reels which is the Wild symbol. This is the symbol that I used to link to some features of this game.
Rabbit in the Hat has a Free Spins trigger that I was able to trigger using the Magic Hat bonus. With this feature, I was started off with 10 Free Spins. However it is also a good feature in multiplying wins since it has a Magic Hat above each reel and with it, you can re-trigger the Free Spins up to the maximum allowed which is 50 Free Spins.
I have no doubts that you will find something to like about this slot from Microgaming. From the experience that I had with this slot, I can say that my favourite feature is the Magic Hat feature. This symbol is not only unusual but it what offered me the best place in the game-play.
My only concern is the low-medium volatility that Microgaming has offered for this slot. A lot of slots with this kind of variance tend to eat into the wager’s bankroll. Overall, Rabbit in the Hat looks and sounds like a very fun game and that extends to its symbols as well.