Chicken Madness Review
Join the mayhem in BF Games' Chicken Madness. Throughout this slot, a pesky fox, a sinister chef and a crazed villager are all after the one chicken causing chaos throughout the town.
This animal slot plays on 5-reels with 10 paylines and features Cash Spins, multipliers and four different jackpots leading to some impressive wins.
This slot definitely features a unique art style that looks reminiscent of cartoons such as Cow and Chicken or Courage the Cowardly Dog with the creepy looking humans and the wired looking animals.
The background of the slot features chicken huts to the left and a town to the right that seems to honour chickens as there is a golden statue of a chicken's body. On the reels, there are creepy animals such as foxes and chickens but there are also humans such as chefs and hunters which all look terrifying.
Naturally, there are chicken noises and general ambient sounds - but this is enhanced with a soft musical score creating something peaceful to juxtapose with the chaotic animal noises.
When players open up the slot, there is nothing unfamiliar to the seasoned slot player as the game features a bonus round, multipliers and even jackpots to be won.
One thing worth noting is that the menu bar at the bottom of the screen has two views: one with the spin button and bet level, and one with rules and general paytable.
Players will find that the RTP in this slot is 96.06% which is decent enough and there is also a high volatility level leading to bigger wins but less frequently.
As for the maximum win, it's only 472x stake but there are four jackpots with two of them being progressive leading to some decent wins.
There have been many chicken slots recently but this one is definitely one of the most unique in terms of design. The imagery is both grotesque and stunning at the same time.
As for the features, the Cash Spins is an interesting addition to substitute free spins and the jackpots are welcomed as well. Players wanting a chicken slot with a jackpot should look no further than Chicken Madness.