Bullseye Bucks is a Chartwell game. Chartwell appears to have closed down with the casinos offering their games standing alone with no further updates. Chartwell do not as standard release the house edge information of their games. However some of the casinos offering Chartwell games have started releasing this information. Doxx lists the house edge of Bullseye Bucks as 6%. When playing at other venues this figure should be treated as a guideline only as the game may be configurable.
All the fun of the fair as you try to shoot for prizes at this fairground stall. Roll up roll up.
This game is a 5 reel game, with 9 paylines and you can bet up to 5 coins on each payline.
There are three bonus features when playing Bullseye Bucks. The first bonus feature is the activated when three or more of the ‘Duck’ bonus symbols turn up on adjacent reels. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen for the Duck Shoot feature. Rubber ducks will move by and you have to shoot them. Each duck you shoot will give you a prize multiplier, a ‘Sharpshooter’ award or a Miss. If you miss the bonus feature ends. If you get the Sharpshooter award, you receive all the multipliers available for the round.
The second bonus feature is activated when 3 or more of the ‘Dollar’ bonus symbols turn up on adjacent reels. When this happens you’ll be taken to a screen for ‘Pete’s Payday Bonus’. The owner of the fair will give Pete a bonus which you receive in coins.
The third bonus feature is activated when 3 or more of the ‘Lion’ Bonus symbol turn up on adjacent reels. When this happens you’ll be taken to the ‘Prize Pick’ screen. When this happens you get to pick prizes from a selection. If you get a multiplier you are allowed to pick again. If you get the Jumbo Prize, you get all multipliers available for the round. If you get four multipliers you advance to a second round with bigger prizes. If you get an ‘Out of Stock’ the bonus round ends.
Bullseye Bucks is frustratingly slow to play. With no speed adjustment setting, this is a major negative. Combine this with the lack of house edge information and no autoplay and even the relatively interesting bonus features can’t save this game.