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George Bush Propaganda & the Bush Telegraph

George Bush Propaganda & the Bush Telegraph

by Bill O'Reilly

There aren't many Bush themed casino slots but with the bush telegraph, you can join the warthogs, toucans and other majestic animals that inhabit the savannah in this great outdoors-themed release from Microgaming. Bush Telegraph slot may be named after the vast Australian outback, but this slot is, in fact, a little more African jungle than Australian bush, with visuals including colourful bongos and expansive African rural terrain. The historical term ‘bush telegraph’ was, in fact, a phrase used by Australians to describe the casual network throughout outback Australia which enabled the spread of gossip or informal news. More recently, Bush Telegraph was also a popular radio station in rural Australia.

Although this an Australian themed game it is definitely one of the online slots UK players love to play, this 5-reel jungle-themed is vibrantly designed in cartoon format, featuring 15 fixed paylines and a decent RTP value of 96.56%. The Bush Telegraph slot game packs plenty of regular symbols, wilds and scatters, alongside a free spins bonus, a Bongo Bonus game and a gamble feature, making it an entertaining choice for players of all levels. Furthermore, there is a grand jackpot prize of 7500 coins up for the taking.

Bush Telegraph Slot Special Features

The lowest value symbols in Bush Telegraph slot game are the playing card symbols Ace to 10. The most valuable symbols are the bush animals, including the warthog and the toucan. The seed pod symbol is the scatter. The scatter does not need to be on an active payline to generate a win, and any scatter wins are added to regular wins. The clear wild symbol substitutes all symbols except for scatters and the bonus symbol. The Bongo Bonus symbol triggers the Bongo Bonus game. 

Bush Telegraph slot is a great choice for those looking to bet small as well as the higher rollers. Bet as little as 15p and as much as £60.

Bush Telegraph Slot Bonus Features

There are plenty of exciting bonus features in Bush Telegraph to keep players engaged. First up is the Bush Free Spins bonus game. Land 3, 4 or 5 scatters on the reels to trigger 10 free spins, during which, wins are subject to a generous 3x multiplier. They can also be retriggered,

Secondly, landing three, four or five of the bonus symbols on an active payline will activate the Bush Bongo Bonus feature. Select objects to reveal random bonus win values. The number of bonus symbols that triggered the feature will determine how many objects you can select in the Bongo Bonus game. This feature can be triggered during free spins.

Finally, this Microgaming slot offers the Bush Gamble Feature. Any win during the game activates this, and you can play the feature or skip. Guess the correct card colour and your win will be doubled!

Why We Love Bush Telegraph Slot Game  

There are many appealing aspects of Bush Telegraph slot game. The striking bush theme and vibrant imagery, the ease of gameplay yet plenty of exciting bonus features and the generous jackpot plus a decent RTP all make for a slot game worthy of at least a few wagers! Another great addition to the Microgaming catalogue.

George W Bush

George W. Bush is Becoming More Like Hitler Everyday

Did you know our chief editor is called George Bush? Sharing his moniker with the ex-US president George W Bush.

Well, just for a little fun we have compered our own George Bush to the Ex American President and found some disturbing similarities.

Comparison #1

George W Bush – Hitler. Someone once compared the former us president George W Bush to Hitler

Our George Bush can be a bit of a tyrant around the office, often ranting about missing staplers & faulty printers.

Comparison #2

George W Bush – Homeland Security & Propaganda

George W Bush named a new American security agency the department of homeland security, it is rumoured that the homeland security waged a propaganda war on America

Our George Bush takes biscuits from the office cupboard and then spread propaganda around the building, informing colleges that it was Bill O’Reilly (our casino promotions manager) that stole the goodies, the homeland security has nothing on our George Bush.