The Kung Food slots game is produced by the Bwin/Party group. This group provide the house edge information for some of their slots games and not for other, with no apparent rhyme or reason for the games they miss out. As such, if you are going to play with them we would recommend only playing games that they list the house edge information for. However we don’t recommend playing with this group at all due to their unwillingness to engage in 3rd party dispute mediation. For further information see the Bwin Casino Review.
These tasty treat pack a wallop.
Kung Food had 5 reels, 30 paylines and you can bet one coin on each payline.
The ‘Kung Food Logo’ symbol is wild.
There is only one bonus feature when playing Kung Food and it is activated when the ‘Bruce Pea’ symbol lands on reel one and at least one of the ‘Fight’ symbols lands on the other reels. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen showing Bruce Pea fighting either Jean Claude Van Ham, Crispy Duck Norris, Jet Leek or Jackie Clam. You select which move Bruce Pea does or which weapon he uses. Each successful attack awards a prize. The special move option occurs randomly and awards bigger prizes. If more than one fight symbol lands at a time, the bonus rounds will be played one after another.
An average house edge for a Bwin/Party game along with a fairly entertaining bonus feature make Kung Food worth a look if you happen to be playing at a casino offering it.