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Yes! What the world has been waiting for has finally arrived – an online slot based on the greatest quiz show ever, Bullseye. It’s developed by Microgaming and as soon as you load it up you will see that it’s faithful to the television show with lots of familiar graphics and voiceovers from both host Jim Bowen and commentator Tony Green.
Bullseyeis a five reel slot with 243 ways to win and bonus features including Bully’s Prize Board and a free spins round. There’s an 80s vibe to the design with the reels framed by thin metal underneath some neon strips up above. The music from the show runs constantly in the background.
The symbols are brilliant and some reflect the prizes which were dished out to contestants on the show – a caravan, a speedboat, a small car and cash – others include a set of darts, a flight, the Bullseye tankard, the Bully figure and Jim Bowen’s glasses.
The Bullseye logo is wild and can appear stacked in the base game and free spins; it substitutes for all others except the two bonus symbols – ‘bonus’ and ‘free spins’.
This is triggered by landing three or more of the ‘free spins’ scatter symbols anywhere in view and your reward will be 15 free spins with all wins doubled. The spins can be re-triggered by landing more scatters and it’s also possible to reach Bully’s Prize Board from here.
Bully’s Prize Board
This is a recreation of the famous prize round in the TV show and it’s triggered by landing the bonus symbols on reels one and five. The glowing board will now appear but instead of cheap prizes you have five darts to earn multipliers of between 2x and 15x which are applied to your total stake.
If you were a fan of Bullseye then this is clearly the slot for you; it’s incredibly likeable and transports you right back to early Sunday evenings when there really was nothing else to watch. It’s all good so give it a go.