What goes "boo!" in the night but also "boo!" in the daytime? Yep, you're right. Ain't no ghost that, just BetSoft's game that goes boo-boo anytime day or night. If you like the game, you can applause it. If you don't like the game, you can just "boo" it. Whichever you prefer. For me, well, honestly speaking, I cannot say for sure, because Boomanji is one game I have yet to endure, unlike its newer playmate Fruit Zen. Gees, these 2 games should be able toine well together. All the Boomanji fireworks would light up the night sky, but only if you can make some great wins from those Fruit Zen Wilds. Like stars bursting in the night sky? Oh please...don't ever mention that starry name! It has done practically nothing for me, bursting empty smokes most of the time orletely nothing at all. I would rather yell "boo-boo" or just eat up those lovely fruits.
No game can beletely new and unique at the same time, not ever in this gaming line, because whatever good new game thats online, would spread like a wildfire in a strong wind in no time. Take this Boomanji game for example. It's basic concept of 3 Expanding Wild Reels on reels 2, 3 and 4 can be found in so many other games from various providers. I don't care who started it first, because what matters most is which game pays me the most! There are so many players out there who still prefer the starry version, but nosirree, not me. "Show me your fruits, zen I'll eat them!" Hahaha.
I must admit, the graphics in Boomanji is very eye-catching, colourful, vibrant and very nicely presented. Not surprising at all,ng from BetSoft. Their 3D games have astonishing graphical presentations and animations, but now almost every other provider has followed suit, all for the better of course, game wise. The paytable is the same everywhere, with Wilds that can fully expand on reels 2, 3 and 4, but not paying anything for themselves, nor doubling any wins with them. All the symbols have very low win values, starting from 250x down to 25x the line bet for 5 of each kind. The game pays both ways, as you may already know, and the 10-paylines is as good as any other conventional 20-paylines game. Other than that, the game play and the game payouts are all about the same. One game may pay a little better more often, one may pay bigger on rare occasions, so preference is purely personal.
Playing Boomanji for the very first time was fun and enjoyable, the nice graphics keeping interest in the game going for a while. But just like every other similar game, either starry or fruity versions, Boomanji can also eat you up all the same! If the fireworks don't explode in the night sky, then it'll explode in your wallet, if you're not careful enough. Nonetheless, it's a nice alternative game to play when you're already fed up with one other similar game.