Developed by TGC Games, KGB Bears is a cheesy but comical take on the Soviet Union era of Russia, with a focus on wildlife, to a certain extent. The title comes from the “Russian Bear”, nickname given to the country. KGB Bears features a fairly sizeable 50 paylines spread over its 5 reels with players able to stake on wagers from 1 to 50 lines on a somewhat individual basis. They can also alter their line bets from 0.01 per line up to 10,000.00 per spin. As you can imagine, this gives the KGB Bears slot one of the largest wagering ranges of any slot currently on the market. Bets can rise upwards from a floor of 0.01 per line per spin to 500,000.00 per spin, though few players can afford to splash that kind of cash on this game. Prizes are worked out in relation to your total bet, so players can win as much as 500x their total stake if they land 5 of the suit-wearing bear symbols on any payline in the game, which carries an RTP (return to player) rate of 96.01%.
There are two basic bonus icons which feature in the KGB Bears slot. The first of these is the wild symbol, which appears as a Lenin-esque character, surrounded by a star. Wild symbols, as expected, will substitute for any other icons in the game, save for scatters. This crest icon has no cash values of its own to offer players, though. Wild symbols can only appear on the first, second, third and fourth reels of this game.
Scatters appear as cameras and landing 3 or more of these on the reels will trigger a KGB Bears Free Spin feature. Players can also pocket scattered cash prizes worth 1x, 3x or 10x their total bet for pocketing 3, 4 or 5 of these symbols anywhere on the reels during a base game spin.
The only bonus feature in KGB Bears is the free spin feature. Several free spins (between 8 and 25) are awarded to the player at the start of the feature, and a random multiplier will be applied to all your winnings. This multiplier stems from 2x up to 10x in all. The free spins bonus round in this game is prosperous, but one cannot help but think another feature should perhaps have been included in the game.
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