Big Benji Bonanza Review
It's not every day that US Presidents are brought back to life but that's the case with Jelly's Big Benji Bonanza. This slot is produced by Yggdrasil under the YGS Masters Program and plays on 5-reels with 243 ways to win.
Throughout the slot, players will be entranced by all the different US Presidents blinged up to a modern standard as well as the free spins round leading to wins of up to 12,957x the stake.
Set in Lower Manhattan in New York City (just off Wall Street) is where Big Benji Bonanza starts. The first thing that will catch your eye is the graffiti everywhere and it's even on the Charging Bull.
Aside from the traditional fruit machine symbols, there are all ones containing certain US Presidents such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant and Benjamin Franklin.
The music in this slot is very much a wannabe hip-hop track with the US Presidents rapping at certain times which is certainly surreal. Despite this, it's definitely entertaining and well worth checking out.
There's nothing overly innovative going on in this slot but it's nothing bland or boring. The biggest feature is the free spins round and this is where the biggest wins will come from.
Like most online slots, all the relevant buttons can be found at the bottom of the screen with the spin button and bet level found here.
There's a mediocre RTP of 95.50% which is disappointing and sets off the slot on the wrong foot. However, there is also a maximum win of 12,957x the stake in this medium to high volatility slot.
The biggest win comes from the free spins round with the lower symbols removed and is a fairly decent amount for an online slot.
Big Benji Bonanza is a crazy concept that would definitely be expected from Nolimit City but a strange one from Jelly. Despite this, the slot itself is unique and engaging in the best way.
Our only issue came from the lower than average RTP but it's nothing that makes the game unplayable. For a crazy slot all about US Presidents, be sure to give Big Benji Bonanza a spin.