It all plays out on a 4-5-6-7-6-5-4 grid, and the game runs on a cluster wins engine. You can place bets as high as £100 per spin across all platforms and devices, and there is a Rush meter you will notice to the right-hand side of the grid. Each win fills the meter, and the first 3 times you level up you will trigger the Drone Colony feature.
If you reach the final and fourth level, you will trigger the Queen Colony feature, and this can fill the whole grid with identical symbols. There is also a Worker Colony feature that can turn losing spins into winners, as well as a wandering honey pot wild that comes with a multiplier up to 3x. A fun and well-made game from Play’n Go, with an unusually high potential.
Honey Rush comes with a tumble reels feature, and this means that winning symbols are removed to give space to new symbols on the same spin. There is also a Rush meter that can be charged here, and you’ll see it on the right-hand side.
The game comes with 4 different levels, and every time you win the Rush meter is filled up a little bit. When the Rush meter is filled up completely, you will level up. On the first 3 levels you will need to collect 20, 40 or 80 winning symbols, respectively. Each time you level up, you will trigger the Drone Colony feature, and this gives you a cluster of a minimum of 7 matching symbols plus a sticky wild.
The final level 4 is called the Queen Colony, and you need to collect 160 winning symbols before you can reach this level. Once this happens you can get clusters with up to 37 matching symbols, which means you have filled the whole grid with winning symbols. There is also a Worker Colony feature that will be randomly activated on losing spins, and this can create cluster wins with up to 15 winning symbols.
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