HOW TO PLAY BULL IN A CHINA SHOP
The reels are set in a market somewhere in Ancient China. The Bull is the central attraction of the game, and he causes all kinds of problems to an Old Lady, the owner of the china shop. The Bull is the Wild and will substitute for all regular symbols. It can also be happy, proud, or angry, but more about that later.
The Old lady is the highest-paying regular symbol, followed by all sorts of expensive china, including Teapots, and different kinds of Vases. The Golden Bull is the Scatter that triggers the Free Spins feature. There is also a regular Wild that acts as a replacement for regular symbols. Even the low-paying card suits are made of expensive china.
The game rules are far from complicated, especially to those who had the pleasure of playing Play’n Go’s products in the past. Bull in a China Shop comes with five reels, three rows, and 20 fixed paylines. The game pays left to right, starting from the leftmost reel. Land at least three matching icons on a line to start winning payouts.
The Old Lady is the only exception since she pays even for two of a kind. Betting starts at $0.10 per spin, and the maximum wager is set at $100. Players have the option of 100 automatic spins, as well as the option to speed the reels up a bit with Fast Play.