Game in Action
Released in December of 2015, Bullseye has a polished aesthetic, and one that looks decidedly better than the graphics that the actual game show used back in the day. The game symbols include a wild of the iconic mascot Bully, which delivers a huge return and is also one of the most common symbols. Bully also appears in other forms, whilst other symbols include the typical prizes found on the game show, such as a caravan.
The bonus symbol is a dartboard, and if you land at least three of these then you will trigger the bonus round, which begins following a short introduction, as the camera pans to one of three dartboards in the studio. From here it’s just a case of throwing your allocated darts at the board. You choose a number, the dart is thrown and when it lands you reveal a prize, which is then converted into a cash amount.
The game is very graphical, with actual prizes from the 80s and 90s, such as an alarm clock, food processor and VHS player, and with Bully standing by the reels throughout. However, much of this is superfluous, as the game is just a simple “choose me” feature.
Bullseye also has a free spins round. The RTP increases a little for this round and you can also unlock more free spins as you play, via the “Free Spin” symbol.
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We loved the original game show and were instantly drawn to this slot because of that. Few players will remember it though, as it’s limited to a certain generation and from a certain country, whereas slots tend to be played by all ages (above 18, of course) and from all countries. Still, you don’t need to have seen the show to play this slot, and you can get a kick out of it regardless.