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The Banzai slots game was produced by the OpenBet slots design company and is leased out by casinos using many different primary casino platforms. As a standard OpenBet do not include the house edge information of their slots games, however some casino do list this information in the game help files. It is not clear whether their games are configurable and as such you should treat the information in this review as a guideline only when playing at a casino that does not explicitly state the house edge they use.
All the zany fun the Japanese game show in a slots game.
This game is a 5 reel game, with 15 paylines and you can bet one coin on each payline. Unusually wins do not have to start from the left most reel, so any three adjacent symbols anywhere on a payline constitute a win.
The ‘Chicken’ symbol is wild.
There are four bonus features when playing Banzai and they are all activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Bonus’ symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be asked to pick one of the symbols and this will select one of the bonus features at random.
The first bonus feature is Mr Shake Hands Man 2. You select how long Mr Shake Hands Man will be able to shake a celebrity’s hand for and if you’re right the prize you are awarded at the start of the bonus feature is doubled.
The second bonus feature is the Celebrity Box of Death Dilemma. You are shown 5 coffins, one of the coffins contains a vampire and the other four contain cash. You pick coffins until you have all the cash or you find the vampire. If you manage to open all four cash coffins you receive an extra bonus.
The third bonus feature is Animal Scientific Experiment. You pick a cockroach which will be entered in a race. The closer to first position your roach finishes the bigger your prize.
The forth bonus feature is Lady One Question. Lady One Question will ask a celebrity a question that you select and the longer the celebrity talks for the bigger the prize you receive.
Colourfully loud enough to give even the most placid and sane personality a headache, Banzai is clearly a game for the ADHD generation.