Bush Telegraph Game

The Bush Telegraph turns out to be a great theme for this online slot - yet another one from the ever-expanding Microgaming stable of games. If you like your slots to use bright colors, you won't be disappointed. This one is so bright it might require shades to be worn after a while!

There is a lot to check out in this game, so let's get started to see what the Bush Telegraph has in store.

Reels and paylines format

You've got five reels here, with an assortment of 15 lines snaking their way across them.

What could you wager on this game?

Two dollars per coin is the highest value you can get to, but if you'd rather play with smaller amounts you can go as low as one cent at a time. You'll notice a coin button too, which lets you toggle between one and five of your chosen coins on each line.

Does Bush Telegraph have any special symbols in play?

The wild says just that in cartoonish fashion, and replaces all but two symbols. The first is the scatter - which is a seedpod. This can appear two or more times to win a prize. The second is the bonus, which we will learn more about in a moment.

Does the slot have a bonus feature?

If you get three or more seedpods appearing, you will win 10 free spins. You can retrigger these spins as well, which is encouraging to know.

Watch out for a set of bongos too, because this can trigger the bongo bonus feature if you find at least three of them in a single spin. It's possible to win up to 2,500 coins by getting through this bonus feature, if you got five triggers to begin with. Just choose some bongo drums and try and collect three prizes before you hit the collect message to end the feature.

Download and play Bush Telegraph online now!

This is a nice game, perhaps not animated as well as it could have been, but it does have great graphics and it is not the newest of games either. The appearance of some cute animals and a nice theme means you get some cool gameplay to look forward to.

What awaits you when you try the Bush Telegraph slot and look for seedpods and bongos in Australia this time around?