Rujak Bonanza Review
I'm not sure why there are quite so many bombs in this quaint little market but we’ll brush over that point rather quickly. In a positive sense, they see your balance skyrocket and bring a whole load of extra fun to the Bonus game.
As you have already discovered, it is a pleasant-looking marketplace that performs the role of this slot’s setting. I'm not sure how accurate it is to the Indonesian fruit salad theme as I have never been to that part of the world, unfortunately. But what I can tell you is that the reels take up most of the screen with a few buildings lining the outside of the market square and the music is almost a little too jolly while being reminiscent of some popular fruit/sweet-themed games.
It is hard to get excited about the base game and it is a matter of waiting around for the four Scatter symbols to land. Some places outside the UK may have the option to up the ante with an extra 25% being added to their bet to land Scatters more frequently. They may also have the option to buy directly into the feature at a cost of 100x. The bonus game is great fun and the payouts can be superb, but a little more attention, perhaps, should have been paid to the Base game where most of us spend our time.
It may surprise you to hear that there is a maximum 21,100x at stake in this game. That is a fairly hefty prize and is not to be sniffed at. The volatility setting is medium-high and the RTP is a respectable 96.6%.
Rujak Bonanza is a quirky little game with a fun theme. We aren't strangers to fruit stores being the setting of a slot production but the surrounding scenery is seldom as detailed as this. The stats speak for themselves and the volatility is fairly low for a game with such a high payout, and the RTP is more than acceptable. What I will have to whinge about is the Base game action—or rather lack of it. Rujak Bonanza is ticking many of the essential boxes but it slips up on gameplay. A little modifier here and there; that’s all I’m asking for!