The Kongo Bongo game can be found at casinos offering Tom Horn software. Tom Horn is a relatively new software developer in the online gaming market, having only been in operation since 2016. Tom Horn focus primarily on slots games with no table games as of yet. In compliance with UK gaming legislation, Tom Horn publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their pay tables. As such, we can say that the House Edge for Kongo Bongo is 3.93%.
Kongo Bongo is a 3 reel game that is 1 symbol high. The game uses traditional paylines, with 40 in total, playing from left to right.
The more you bet the higher the win multiplier for certain symbols:
Stars – A line of 3 is worth between 500 and 800 times the bet. To hit the maximum multiplier you need to bet a minimum of 50 Euros.
777 - A line of 3 is worth between 200 and 400 times the bet. To hit the maximum multiplier you need to bet a minimum of 10 Euros.
Bongos - A line of 3 is worth between 100 and 150 times the bet. To hit the maximum multiplier you need to bet a minimum of 10 Euros.
Bananas - A line of 3 is worth always worth 50 times the bet.
3 Bar – A line of 3 is always worth 30 time the bet.
6 Bar – A line of 3 is always for 10 times the bet.
9 Bar – A line of 3 is always worth 10 times the bet.
Kongo Bongo looks like it might have a lot of fun smuggled up its monkey sleeves. The colours are bright and your Monkey is some sort of rapper, fully adorned with open purple jacket and gold medallion. However, any suggestion that this might be a fun, interesting game needs to be dispelled. There is only one payline. There are no features. The plus side is that this game couldn’t be any easier to understand or explain. One line, 3 matching symbols and you win. The house edge is a little higher than we would ideally like it be but could be a lot worse than it is.