This 5-reel slot game has 30 paylines, 300 coin slots and two additional bonus games. The aim of the Mad Hatters is for the player to get the winning string on the selected payline. The amount he wins is directly linked to the string type that he gets.
How to play
Using – and + keys, a player can adjust the size of his coins.
A line number field is used to set the amount of paylines.
A select lines field is used to raise the amount of paylines.
-and+ keys are used to select the size of the coins.
A select coins field is used to set the bet amount.
The bet max is used for raising the bet amount to the maximum. This is done automatically.
Win field is used for displaying the total amount of the coins won.
Spin is used for reel spinning.
The winning string will be highlighted across the reels.
The expert mode is equipped with two additional features, autoplay (to select a set of games to be played consecutively for a certain amount of spins) and spin x5 and x19 (to select a set of games to be played consecutively for five or ten spins).
This symbol is used to replace all the others, expect for the scattered and a cuckoo symbol.
It can form a winning string on its own, provided that there are more of them present in that string.
In case it appears on the third reel, then it turns into an expanding wild symbol.
The symbol of mad hat can be turned into an expanding symbol, provided it is found on the third reel.
The symbols of John Mad Hatter, James Mad Hater and Jeff Mad Hatter, are turned into expanding wild symbols when a player is in the free spin mode, provided that they appear on the third reel.
All of these symbols cannot be used to replace the scattered and cuckoo symbols.
If there are at least three of these symbols scattered across the reels, than a winning string is formed. It is also triggers a bonus game, if there are 3+ of them.
It cannot be replaced by the wild symbol, i.e. roger rooster.
If there are 3+ symbols of bunny, then a player triggers the feature that awards him 50 free spins at most as well as the possibility to double all his regular winnings. How many free spins a player gets depends on how many symbols triggered this feature. A player can select an additional wild symbol, which cannot be used to replace the cuckoo clock or the bunny.
When the extra wild and wild symbols appear on the third reel, then they turn into wild expanding symbols.
A player cannot restart this feature while in the free spin mode. But cuckoo bonus game is possible to trigger. However, the winnings aren’t multiplier then.
The bets and paylines that were valid for the spin that opened this feature are valid during the bonus game as well.
Cuckoo Bonus Game
If there are 3 + scattered symbols of cuckoo clock across consecutive reels, the player triggers this feature which allows him to win as much as 11 100 coins by uncovering random bonus amounts hidden under the symbols of the cuckoo clocks. When these cuckoo symbols get changed, others are disabled. How many objects there are is determined by how many symbols triggered this feature in the first place.
The cuckoo clock symbol does not bring the payout, just the bonus game.
While in a free spin mode, a player can trigger this feature.
The winnings a player receives equal all the bonus amounts that he has uncovered.
A player can stake only 10 coins on each payline.
A player receives only the highest amount won per payline, but for the scattered winnings.
All symbols pay in left right order and they have to be ordered in a line, but for the scattered ones which can pay in any direction.
The amounts won from the bonus and scattered symbols are combined with the regular winnings.
The payout table shows how much a player has won per every string in coins.
The entire amount that a player receives is linked to the amount staked on each payline.
The amount won in coins is multiplied with the amount played on each payline in order to determine the regular winnings.
The type of scattered winnings a player gets is multiplied with the entire amount staked in order to determine the scattered winnings.
The entire amount won in coins is multiplied with the size of the coins to determine the entire amount won in credits, i.e. Coin Size X Coins Won = Credits