Fat Rabbit Slot Online

Fat Rabbit is one of the cutest online slot games ever made. The 5 reels, 5 rows and 50 paylines Push Gaming slot comes with a 96.45% RTP and high volatility to bring you a puffy rabbit ready to eat all the carrots it can find. Get ready to harvest the wins before the fat rabbit gets them with the help of bets from l€0.25 to €100.

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Fat Rabbit Features

Category Mobile Slots, VideoSlots
Slots Provider Push Gaming
Reel Setup 5 Reels, 5 Rows, 50 paylines
RTP 96.45%
Game Volatility High
Bet Level €0.25 / €100
Free Rounds Yes
Rating 7 / 10
Release Date03/27/2018

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Fat Rabbit Review

Push Gaming gives us a unique farming experience with this game, portraying the unending fight between the farmer and the creatures destroying his fields, in this case, the rabbit. The main purpose of the player is to give the rabbit as many carrots as possible while protecting him from the angry farmer and his even angrier dog.

The 5×5 grid layout and 50 paylines add excitement to the gameplay, with the maximum payout of 100,000x your stake. The theoretical RTP is of 96,45%. The symbols are the farmer, bucket of water, bales of hay, and the dog, alongside wild symbols such as the carrot, wild carrot, and the rabbit – which doubles up your win when landed.


In order to be triggered, both the Rabbit and the Wild Carrot need to land simultaneously on the reels. This feature gives the player 5 free spins.


During the free spins, every regular carrot that lands at the same time as the Rabbit is added to the Carrot Meter which, when filled, gives the player a few extra free spins. Collecting carrots will also make the rabbit fat, which will give the chance to earn higher rewards.


When triggered, a tractor appears and rolls across the reels, replacing the standard symbols with wild carrots.



  • Innovative features.
  • Dynamic gameplay.
  • Great graphics.



  • Few free spins.


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