The circus is in town, and now the animals are in charge! They’ve put together a show for you unlike any other. This spectacle is not for the faint-hearted!
With high-paced tunes, you are welcomed into the world of respins, symbol upgrades and the sought after free spins feature that leaves no one disappointed!
Respin Circus is a crazy game designed for Mobile First. Identical symbols are collected, creating large symbol clusters and triggering respin after respin. The paylines generate 64 ways to win the long-awaited 250,000 coins.
Welcome to Respin Circus!
A payline of three or more identical symbols triggers the respin feature. All instances of the triggering symbol along the payline are kept sticky throughout the respins. Additional identical symbols which expand the winning cluster, or create additional paylines, and wilds increase the sticky cluster and keep the respins going.
Lucky hits of paylines with symbols of higher value upgrade the existing cluster resulting in higher wins. Lower value symbol wins are paid out as they appear, but those symbols are not kept, in order to free up space for other symbols.
The wild rabbit multiplies wins by 2, 3 or even 4 times just by tapping his magical hat. But the most advanced trick is to make himself expand into a huge wild covering a whole reel. The rabbit always becomes sticky during a respin.
Free spins bonus game
It is hard to get hold of a golden ticket, but it won’t leave you disappointed once it is in your hand. Three free spins symbols anywhere in view trigger the free spins bonus game and hand out the long-awaited golden ticket. Up to 24 free spins symbols can be collected on the ticket and brought into the bonus game. Each free spin symbol during the bonus game awards an additional free spin.
The largest circus in Roman history was the Circus Maximus, in Rome, which was built and re-built several times until it could allegedly hold up to 250,000 spectators.
For the optimal gaming experience, ELK Studios recommend launching the game in 1600×900 resolution. If scaling is required, use 16:9 ratio.