Bulls Eye Bucks

Game info

Amaya (Chartwell)
Software
9
Paylines
5
Reels
Yes
Bonus Game
2180
Times Played
Players from United States not accepted.

Game review

Bullseye Bucks is a video slot game that takes you to a carnival game. We hope your aim is good as you try to hit the biggest prizes behind the targets! Give it a shot for free on our website. If Bullseye Bucks is being good to you, we invite you to try it for real money at any of our listed Chartwell casinos.

Start a game of Bullseye Bucks by selecting your bet. Push the up and down arrows on the bottom-right to change your coin denomination. Available denominations range from 0.01 to 5.00. Click Bet Nine to add one coin to every line, or use the coloured circles to the left and right of the targets to adjust each line manually. Hit Spin to begin, or use Bet Max to spin with a bet of 5 coins on all 9 lines.

Don't let the target interface confuse you: Bullseye Bucks is still a relatively normal video slot. Even if you get a Miss symbol, it still pays if you get 3 or more from left-to-right. Wild ice cream can substitute for high-paying food symbols, and if you're lucky enough to get 5 in a payline, prepare yourself to win the big prize of 2,500x your line bet. Get 3 matching Bonus symbols on adjacent reels to win one of three exciting bonus features where you can win huge! May Pete the Carnival Worker be good to you in Bullseye Bucks.

Game Play

Up arrow/Down arrow: Adjust your coin denomination.
Bet Nine: Add one coin to every line.
Coloured circles: Add one coin to the selected line.
Clear: Erase all bets.
Spin/Same Spin: Spin at the selected bet.
Bet Max: Spin with a bet of 5 coins on all 9 lines.

Game details

Software
Amaya (Chartwell)
Paylines
9
Reels
5
Bonus Game
Yes
Times Played
2180
Progressive
No
Wild Symbol
Yes
Scatter Symbol
Yes
Autoplay Option
Yes
Multiplier
Yes
RTP
95%
Min Coins Per Line
1
Max Coins Per Line
5
Min Coins Size
0.01
Max Coins Size
5
Jackpot
2500
Free Spins
No
Game Type
Video slots

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Bulls Eye Bucks bonuses

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100%
Welcome Bonus
Get Bonus

Bonus: 100%
Min. Deposit: €10
W.R: 35x(d+b)
Cashable: No

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Players reviews

reviewed on 02/17/2014 Canada

Bulls Eye Bucks is your average "go on rides" carnival type slot than rewards me with what I put in. It`s a 9 paylines slot that makes me work my @s3 off for my winnings. All the reels have a total of 15 red & white targets, 3 targets on each reel that once a spin has commenced, all 3 targets on every reel would turn around all at once to change for symbols. You could say each reel would fall for a domino effect that falls for 3 at a time in a row, one after another the reels would turn about there way of creating symbols. The bonuses on Bulls Eye Bucks has 3 bonuses! They each have to be triggered as 3 identical adjacent symbols on the reels so long as they are with each other....there can't be any spaces in between them. Think of the bonus triggers as the Arthur's Quest of a slot. The Payday Bonus is what gave me a big laugh, when I had it for $0.45 triggering bet I had the boss lay dollar bills on the desk while I saw my total tally up on screen. I had $6 or 600 coins and when he said he owed me for overtime he gave me $0.50 / 50 coins more. Buhahaha imao that was my "overtime" pay!? $6.50 was the bonus win I got hahaha! What happened to the flavour of this bonus? On another trigger I had $9 without the overtime pay. If the boss in the office paid me much more than $0.50 then I would be more grateful but this....what is this!?!? If this were a super win I would already be insulted. The other bonuses are just pick features. They are one of the same, the Prize pick bonus lets me keep picking until an "out of stock" quote reveals in one of them. A "Jumbo" word would get me the maximum 20x multiplier for $9...only for the first pick. The Duck shoot feature for 3 adjacent scatters (All features need to be adjacent again...3 together) has 3 rows to shoot moving ducks. Each has a multiplier or the pathetic "Miss" icon. Should there be a very nice "Sharpshooter" sign on my first choice then tadow....snap....pow....20x once again for $9 on my $0.45! On a normal spin it got me frustrated for a moment for when I saw 4 clowns on a straight line with a Wild in the middle all of them on the 3rd reel. The Wild cotton candy symbol only subs the Hot Dogs and the Candied apples so basically the Wild is totally useless for all other symbols. The nerve of it`s actions! Traitor! To tell you the truth playing games like these bonuses especially when I find one pick to win them all isn`t really that thrilling because that`s another way of me thinking it`s completely the end for that feature....with a reward to conclude. Bonuses need to be more exhilarating....more life needs to be granted on bonuses for players to enjoy. It`s like a flip of a coin, the game is over after the shown face value. To me Bullseye Bucks can be fun on a small degree but not quite suited for the average player. It left me with more questions such as, `That`s it!?`` and ``Is there more here?`` then satisfying answers like, ``Whoa! That`s a huge win!``, ``Holy Sh1*! More, more of that!!`` and ``I want to trigger it again!!!``. The less than eye catching slot...Bullseye Bucks...in terms of winnings can be a 5.7 out of 10! The creativity is there but not necessarily the money!