The birds of prey and elephants reward players with 75 coins per pay line with the tigers and monkeys which reward up to 100 coins. The top paying symbol is the rhino and players that land three, four or five on the same spin provides wins of 30, 60 or 105 coins respectively. The wild is represented by a village woman and she will only appear on the second and fourth reels and has the power to replace all the other symbols, when the wild lands it will expand and the whole reel will turn wild.
Players will come across symbols with gold backs on the first and fifth reels and players that fill the reels with identical symbols will activated the rhino re-spins feature where the stacked symbols on the first and fifth reels will morph into the same top paying rhino symbol, these are then locked into place for the whole three re-spins and if a wild then lands, it will fill the entire reel and the re-spins are then set back to three, in total there are nine re-spins to be had.
Whilst this is all that there is in terms of gameplay the re-spins can provide the player with some lucrative action particularly if they land the stacked wilds throughout the re-spins round. The bonus feature is all together quite tricky to activate, but once activated players will be provided with some good action.
Rhino Re-spins is not the best free slot in terms of design and the carton style imagery is more solid than spectacular, however, it is not all bad as the soundtrack is cheerful and keeps the play upbeat.
One rather strange thing we noticed was the tigers that are included in the African savannah as everyone knows that tigers are native to Asia!
When it comes to the bonus feature we did find this hard to activate however, when we did there was some decent gameplay to be had. Players that prefer online slots with multiple features will not be including Rhino Re-spins on their must play list.