Cool Bananas is a non-progressive, online video slots game from CryptoLogic, based on the theme of the movie King Kong featuring the mighty ape - in a Hawaiian t-shirt! The Mighty Ape, a half-peeled banana, a blonde lady, a city with skyscrapers, a pair of sunglasses and a banana split combined with the high cards of a poker hand, ace, king, queen, jack, ten and nine are the symbols featured in this game, which make it extremely funny and interesting.
Cool Bananas is a 5 reel, 9 paylines slot game that allows a maximum of 9 coins. The betting limits are $1 to $20 and the highest jackpot is for 5000 coins. It is a non progressive game. Be it the mighty ape strutting his stuff, or enjoying the bananas you are sure to enjoy this hilarious game with all the animations and the sound.
The mighty ape is the wild symbol in this game. It appears on only reels 2, 3 and 4 and substitutes for all other symbols other than the scatter symbol. The mighty ape doubles the winnings every time it appears on the reels.
The banana is the scatter symbol in Cool Bananas. The banana cannot be replaced by the mighty ape. The scatter symbol pays left to right and right to left wherever it lands and it leads to the Cool Bananas Bonus Round Feature.
Cool Bananas Bonus Round Feature:
The bonus round is triggered by landing three or more bananas as the scatter symbol. The bonus round is featured in a different screen in which the mighty ape faces a set of six obstacles, to climb to the top of the skyscraper, just like in the movie King Kong. The bonus round ends when one of the obstacles is not cleared and the mighty ape falls on the ground. On clearing the first obstacle round, the player receives a cash prize, for all other obstacles the award consists of the money totaled from the previous round.
Free Spins Rounds:
If the player lands the mighty wild ape and the scatter banana at the same time then the player is awarded ten free spins
. The free spins bonus round can be re-triggered with the same combination and any winnings during these rounds are doubled.
- reviewed by Ava Jackuard, last updated 2011-05-16