Evoplay's cute woodland critters have struck again in the company's Fluffy Rangers slot, where you try to combine similar critters for a chance to walk out of a forest with some credits. The game looks clean, has great critters, and a decent number of bonus features. Is the game god's gift to gamblers? No, but it is still a decent enough effort for everyday play.
Fluffy Rangers is a 5 reel, 20 payline video slot that is set in a forest where target practice and large-scale performances must be going down. Here you'll find a mercenary group called the Fluffy Rangers, which band together to fight crime and try to win money for gamblers. The game's icons are a combination of low-paying leaves such as a brown diamond leaf, green spade leaf, blue club leaf, and pink heart leaf as well as a bobcat in ninja uniform, a one-eyed pirate fox, a monkey with a bo-staff, a raccoon with a crossbow, and a sheep that shoots fire.
The slot packs in wild symbols, scatters, free spins, stacked symbols, and wild reels. The game has a free spins indicator where you accumulate critter symbols. Once you collect them all, you start a Free Spins Tournament, where you spin to try and win some cash. The game's layout and bonus feature set give the game a posted return to player percentage of 96%, which is just about average for what we see from an online slot.
I have to say that Fluffy Rangers can be played as a mobile slot, meaning you can play on your phone or tablet if you like. The game plays the same no matter where you decide to play. I went on my desktop, but this game really can be played wherever you want.
The game is decent enough to play, as it has short style bonuses like the wilds, but the free spins do take a while to set up, especially if you're going for that Free Spins Tournament. The experience is a pretty decent one, although it's not really groundbreaking in any one way.
If you like Evoplay's history of putting out cute critters and want to try the tournament feature, then I can't think of a better option than Fluffy Rangers. If you want something a bit more serious, you may want to look elsewhere.