If you remember Open Season or have stumbled across Masha and the Bear on Netflix then, firstly, you have questionable viewing habits. But secondly, and more importantly, it means you appreciate a good bear character. Which means you’ll love Bear Money. Even if you’re not a Yogi or Teddy Bears Picnic fan, you’ll love the fun cartoonish nature of this slot. As well as its entertaining bonus feature and generous payouts.
Pros & Cons
- Simple, fun and easy to play.
- Cute graphics.
- Potential to win up to £12,000.
- Perhaps too simple.
- Only one bonus round.
- No Wild symbol.
How to Play
Animals and money go hand in paw on slots. Pigs reign supreme on Piggy Riches, but on Bear Money, the bear character is happy to remain in the woods, rather than saunter around a mansion. Upon loading the slot, you’ll see the cartoon bear before he takes you to his picnic area in the forest. This is displayed across five reels and ten paylines. To get stuck in you can place your bets by selecting the up and down arrows on the bet button on the left of the reels. Once you’ve done that, hit the big green spin button, or hold down for autoplay, and off you go. It’s a simple slot to play with easy bonuses to understand (more on that later) and the appetising graphics will leave you wanting more.
The lower value symbols are made up of the traditional card symbols – Jack, Queen, King and Ace. The higher paying symbols are much tastier, and any fan of animal slots will know that food-based symbols are the way to go. On Bear Money they come in the form of a Blueberry Pie, Wedge of Cheese, Juice Jug, Jam on Bread, Sandwich, the Bear Money logo, Picnic Basket and a Jar of Honey.
Bear Money only has one bonus to speak of, but it can prove very lucrative when you trigger it. And while not technically a bonus, the Spin Chance is definitely worth a mention. If your credit goes below the price of pay but above zero, the Spin Chance lets you wager your remaining credit for a chance to win an extra spin.