How to Play
The madness at Wonky Wabbits starts right away with your very first spin, which you could set up as follows:
Set the size of your coin value, which can be $0.01, $0.02, $0.05, $0.10, $0.20, or $0.50. Next choose your bet Level. The Level is the number of coins you want to stake on each of the 15 paylines, and goes from 1 to 10 coins. The paylines are fixed, so you’re betting on all 15 of them with each spin.
Wins are calculated from the coins per the paytable, multiplied by your bet level, so it’s recommended to go higher on the Level! The Max Bet button will increase your Level to the maximum of 10, without changing your coin value.
Once all is set, press the “Spin” button. Or kick back on Autoplay for 10, 25 or more spins.
The symbols in Wonky Wabbits in descending order are:
There is of course the Wild symbol, which we’ll cover in more detail in the Special Features section.
And as an extra, Wonky Wabbits allows you to win both ways – whether it’s from left to right or right to left – further increasing your chances of a win!
Graphics and Sounds
Wonky Wabbits is sports a colourful countryside design that has a 3D look and feel. All the symbols are made from a quaint patchwork, and whenever a Wild or a win pops up, a rather demented looking rabbit will spring up and go wild with you. The soundtrack is a chirpy adventure tune that is a bit reminiscent of Super Mario Brothers.
Spinning 5 carrots will score you the fixed jackpot of 1,500. If you go for the highest bet level, that’s 15,000 coins. For players used to more bonus packed games, this will not feel like a lot, but with the extra wilds and winning both ways, you’re more likely to hit multiple paylines to walk away with more in total. Maximum win in this little pokie can go up to 390,000 coins.
Other than a Pay-Both-Way structure, Wonky Wabbits is famous for its Wild Duplication.
Whenever you spin 1 Wild, it will duplicate itself to whichever position is needed to form the payline for the highest possible win. Sometimes, you can even get Stacked Wilds on reels 2 and 4, with a maximum of 14 Wilds appearing on your grid for 15 symbols! That’s a heck of a lot of extra wins, even though there are no free spins, scatters or hidden bonus games.
Wonky Wabbits is another hit pokie from NetEnt. It’s fairly straightforward with no action-packed bonus games, and the fixed jackpot isn’t really anything to write home about but the Wild Duplication feature means that wins happen regularly, and can even be quite lucrative overall. The theme is fun and the main character, a crazy rabbit, is endearing. Give this pokie a go and see why so many players go wild for it!