Wacky Panda’s mission seems to be to amuse, at the same time as it is giving you a classic pokie with a much better design than pretty much anything else you can find out there.
Naturally, the Panda Bear is the hero, and it does look like we got a wacky one on our hands. It’s not the only Panda based character that we see, with four others being shown. The wacky one is colored in red and white, smiling like a crazy person and wearing a watermelon on his head.
The others range from bears which are stuck in honey, to lady versions dressed in pink, another one that’s colored in blue, and a final baby panda which is brown and white. A couple of classic elements have also been implemented in the game, and by that, I mean that we have a grape, a bunch of bananas and a watermelon as low paying symbols.
The surrounding design is just as well made as the higher value symbols. There is bamboo everywhere, in the construction of the reels and in the forest which is shown behind them, plus you have the paytable on the right and a waterfall right behind it.
As for the company that has worked on Wacky Panda, it’s called Microgaming and there are good odds that you already know which one I’m talking about.
Hundreds of their pokies have flooded the market, and wherever you turn these days, chances are that the next casino that you will sign-up with will have pokies from this developer as well to offer. Not all their games look as good as Wacky Panda does, but they have their share of great pokies.