The title of this video slot says pretty much all you need to know about this Top Game developed title. Bee Land is a cartoony, zany, and comical take on what human-like bees get up to in their free time. The slot is only played over 5 reels and 20 paylines, so there won’t be too many ways for you to win in this game, but its special features most certainly help. Bee Land’s coin values range from 0.01 up to 5.00, and players can alter all 20 lines in the game. At its cheapest, Bee Land has a floor bet of just 0.01 per line, per spin. At its most costly, the slot has a ceiling bet of 100.00 a go, which makes it ideal for all first time slot players. You can win as much as 5,000 coins via this slot’s non-progressive jackpot.
If you wish to get your hands on that non-progressive jackpot, then you will need to line up 5 wild symbols on any active payline. Wilds also double as substitute symbols, and they can replace all other icons in the game except the bonus symbols.
The three-coloured flower icons are one of two bonus icons to appear in this slot. If the player can land 3 of them on any active payline - which is a tall order - they will trigger a Honey Queen bonus round. Whilst making honey for the queen in this bonus, you could potentially win as much as 2,400 coins in total, which is worth roughly half the non-progressive jackpot.
Bee Land’s main bonus is a free spins feature. All you need to do to trigger this feature is line up 3, 4, or 5 free spin icons anywhere on the reels. These icons take the shape of a honey maker machine. Players will get a total of 12 free games for doing just that, and they will also pick up some rather generous multipliers, based on how many scatters they located. Landing 3, 4, or 5 of these scatter icons will see you net 3x, 5x, or 10x multipliers against your total free spin wins, respectively. With such massive multipliers on offer, it is not difficult to see why the free spins feature is the most pleasing aspect of the Bee Land slot.
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