Endorphina’s hopping mad matrimony burrows its way to SOTW

What’s up Doc? Endorphina’s new slot release has tasked players with finding a wife for the well-dressed Mr Rabbit as Rabbits, Rabbits, Rabbits! used cash prize baby bunnies to claim our latest Slot of the Week award. 

Using a 5×3 reel set up with 10-paylines, this title sees players aim to gain access to the rabbit’s wedding bonus game mode where Mr Rabbit looks to start a family. Rabbits, Rabbits, Rabbits! has an RTP of 96.05 per cent and a bonus gamble feature to use on any win. 

Low value symbols come in the form of playing card suits, with diamonds, clubs, hearts and spades. Meanwhile roses, cocktails and cars depict the high value symbols, offering between x1 and x10 the player’s preferred stake. 

Mr Rabbit symbols can land on the first reel, triggering the rabbit’s wedding game mode if a female rabbit symbol lands on the fifth reel on the same spin. 

Additionally, wild dollar signs can drop into play, substituting for all symbols other than the Mr Rabbit and rabbit girlfriend symbols. 

With the rabbit’s wedding game mode, players are taken to an empty reel set where only magician hats, beds and hearts can appear on the reels. 

Hat symbols will reveal a number of baby rabbits at the end of the feature and beds will display between one and three bunnies, so players will aim to land as many symbols on the empty reel set as possible. 

Players are given three spins to start with, while every hat or bed that drops on the reels resets the number of spins to three. Heart symbols that drop into play will cause the reels to keep on spinning, giving the player an extra chance of landing baby rabbits. 

These baby rabbits will be revealed at the end of the game mode, with multiplied bet amount prizes that range from x2 for zero to five rabbits all the way to x4,000 for 42 or more. 

Players can choose to gamble at the end of every winning spin, risking their payout in order to double it. To do this, players must guess if a card will be higher than a dealer’s card. 

This can be repeated up to ten times, but losing any gamble will return them to the base game without their payout.

Furthermore, players can buy access to the free spins game for the price of a significantly increased bet. 

If readers would like to try Rabbits, Rabbits, Rabbits! for themselves, they can click here to be taken to Endorphina’s official website.