Graphics - 41%
Gameplay - 30%
Bonuses - 42%
Value - 22%
Whats not so hot?
Bulls Run Wild
Red Tiger Gaming
Bulls Run Wild is a Red Tiger video slot with 5 reels, 3 rows, and 30 paylines.
The theme of the slot takes you to the bullfighting arena in Spain. Once we put the slot under our magnifying glass a few things came up.
Red Tiger packs it in with a Free Spins and Wild Picker Transformation for bonus rounds. Red Tiger’s previous release with the same theme is Bullfight.
What strikes us as odd is that the slot hits a 10’er on the Whizz’s slots scale. Moreover, the jackpot of 1,947x your stake is nothing to brag about either.
If we look at the economics of the slot it doesn’t make sense to play it. The RTP of Bulls Run Wild doesn’t win over any fans either.
However, if you’re a die-hard matador by all means go for it. You can play Bulls Run Wild at the best mobile real casinos for money online from $0.10 to $40.
The RTP or payback percentage of Bulls Run Wild is 95.75%. Usually, it’s not a biggie but if the slot has a small jackpot and it’s super volatile.
That’s when we tar and feather it. We didn’t see any RTP ranges.
An online slot machine with a wider betting range and better RTP is Jungle Stripes.
Betsoft not only crowns it with a scintillating free spins feature. But, with an RTP of above 97%.
The bullfighting arena serves as the backdrop for the reels. The low-value card symbols are from 10 to Ace and they pay up to 0.9x the stake for 5.
The high-value symbols are guitars, fans, matador, senorita, and the wild.
The top symbol is the matador. When 5 of them grace the reels you’ll pocket a win of 7.5x your stake. The wild is the premium and pays 15x the stake when 5 pitch.
And, the wild subs symbols adjacent to it when it completes payouts.
The Wild Transformation feature applies in both the free spins and the paid spins.
The highlight of the package is when the wilds pitch they become sticky.
In other words, they remain on the reels whilst the rest of the reels spin.
The Wild Picker Bar picks a random symbol. Moreover, when a symbol appears on the reels it becomes wild.
Upon conclusion of the wild transformations, you’ll receive a cash prize.
When the scatters pitch on reels 1, 3, and 5 they trigger 9 free spins.
But, more importantly, it’s not a standalone free spins feature. The Wild Picker Bar remains active throughout the bonus round.
It transforms random symbols into wilds. Unlike the previous bonus round where the wilds only became sticky for the duration of a spin.
They stick to the reels until the free spins feature ends.
We played Bulls Run Wild with $50 at an average stake of $2 per spin.
Our bankroll only gave us 25 paid spins but that’s the quickest we saw $50 disappear.
The payouts even at $2 per spin were bad. It’s one of those slots we can’t recommend.
Unless you have a proclivity for the theme.
Red Tiger Gaming did not cover itself in glory with Bull Run. Let’s start with the pimples on the pig’s butt first.
The red bull in the room for us is the most obvious one. And, that’s the RTP that’s lower than that of the industry’s standard.
The jackpot is 1,940x the stake does not match the brutal volatility. Lastly, the max bet is $40 doesn’t make sense either.
In the grand scheme of things. The stats aren’t very encouraging and any sensible slots player will give it a pass.
Yet, the wild transformation and those sticky wilds in the free spins look good on paper. The reality is that they seldom pitch.
So, it’s all hot air! Can’t say we dig the top symbols either. Even if you land a full screen of wild bulls the payout is only 300x.
If you’re banking on plenty of wild bulls appearing, don’t get your hopes up.
Red Tiger would have been better off had they watched a bullfight in Spain than crafting this slot.
Don’t waste your time and money playing it. We like just For The Win’s Western Gold 2 Dabble Barrel.
It’s one of those slots you can play a few times per week. The jackpot of 25,000x the stake is huge.
And, if you snag a bunch of scatters, you’ll win 10,000x. The jewel in the slot’s crown is its free spins feature with the feature Barrel Awards.