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There aren’t many rabbits to be found in Rabbit Mania by Zitro Interactive. In fact there don’t appear to be any unless they’re extremely well hidden and you’re supposed to find them as if it were some sort of Easter egg built into the game by its software team. And what exactly is this game we’re dealing with anyway? Why it’s bingo. That’s the name of the game. 90-ball bingo to be precise, but it’s not quite identical to the other 90-ball games you’ve played in the past. This one’s a little different.

Rabbit Mania is a mobile-compatible game, although it’s a game which will also work on desktop. Chrome doesn’t like it, despite the fact that Rabbit Mania is meant to have been built in HTML5, but it’s apparently been optimised for Safari and works in Firefox too. The game doesn’t go full screen on desktop and for a more immersive playing experience you’d be advised to go with Android or iPhone, which fare much better.

Mad as a Hatter

Manic rabbits are a concept most synonymous with Alice in Wonderland, and although there’s not much to go on by way of a theme here, there’s a few subtle indications that there could be some sort of unofficial tie-in. It’s not much, but there’s a grassy green background which is in keeping with the setting for Alice and there’s a key in the top left of the screen that looks like the one Alice used in the story. Moreover, if you delve into the game settings by clicking on the icon in the bottom left of the screen, you can change this talisman as it’s called to resemble other pendants.

These include an eye, a scorpion, a lizard, a wishbone, a Celtic design, a heart, a gold coin, a dice, a sack of coins, a wristband, a pyramid, a horseshoe, a sea shell, leaf, a witch, a diamond, an elephant, a cat, a hand, an owl and about another dozen. Why list so many of these icons when it makes zero difference which one you select as the bonus symbol? Just to illustrate how odd this game is and the others in the series. Like, why have the developer lavished so much care on designing over 9,000 icons when they could have spend their time improving other elements of the game? It’s all very strange.

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When you’re access the settings menu, where you can choose from all these various icons as your talisman, you can also set your total bet and your credit value. This latter option is simply your coin size, which varies between 0.25 and 2. Your total bet ranges between 4 and 80, which is with four cards active. If you like, you can play with fewer cards and your max bet will drop accordingly. Something else you can mercifully do is adjust the ball speed. By default it’s set to turbo, which feels like way too fast. Your other options are fast and normal. In the centre of the screen, there’s a circular disc inlaid with a Chinese style tiled motif that keeps spinning round.

Maxing it Up

This spinning disc releases the balls into a contained area at the bottom of the screen that almost looks like a rabbit enclosure on the grass. If you’re playing with the max bet enabled, a single line is worth at least 60 coins, whereas if you’re playing with the lowest possible bet in place, you’ll earn just a single coin for the same win.

At the other end of the scale, if you have the max bet in place and you succeed in filling an entire bingo card you’ll earn 30,000 coins. Play with a smaller bet and this sum will drop to just 1,500. Rabbit Mania is an interesting game in some respects but it’s one which ultimately doesn’t make much sense, neither in terms of the theme or the talismans.

Rabbit Mania Conclusion

It’s hard to know what to make of Rabbit Mania in that it’s a game which has potential but it’s all a little weird in places. Nothing completely crazy or out there, but there’s no satisfactory explanation to be found pertaining to how the theme ties in and why there are so many talismans to choose from. The average video slot has about 5 themed symbols on average; this game has around 30 and you never even get to see them; one miniscule symbol is displayed in the top left of the screen and that’s it. Rabbit Mania is an odd one, that’s for sure.

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