Home What on Earth Does Books and Bulls Mean?
There are some real contenders out there for the award of the oddest slot game title in existence. Might this be one of them? Books and Bulls comes from Bally Wulff, and as such it is definitely worth a better look.
It seems to have a Spanish matador theme, with castanets, the red cloak and a pretty lady all on the screen along with the matador himself. But will any of these symbols actually win you any prizes?
You might be surprised to see only five lines in action here – we were. There are five reels too, so it is strange to only find five lines in play.
This is not the first Bally Wulff game we have come across that has a one-cent minimum line bet that can be increased to a maximum of 60 cents. The small number of paylines means you might want to play for a higher bet than you may otherwise do, though.
The matador is the wild in this game. He will replace everything apart from the Book symbol and the Bull symbol. These are both scatters.
Those two symbols also have special features in this game, and we will come to those in just a moment.
The book symbol is able to win you 10 free games if you get three or more on the reels in the normal game. According to the paytable, the book is the bonus symbol in this round, but it doesn’t give any further indication of what this means.
Additionally, the bull symbol will also trigger 10 free games should it appear three or more times in the base game. In this instance, the matador can still appear as the wild at any point, but when he does, he will remain in place for the rest of the free spins.
This game is a little different from the usual games you will see online. With fewer lines to play with, it does make it easier to cover them all. You may even get a good chance to win some free games, and with two features to look forward to, it actually offers far more than you might at first think.