While some developers take a cautious approach with their Megaways debut, others aim for a spectacular and attention-grabbing release. Pariplay, however, chose a different path with their Rumble Rhino Megaways, which is the most limited and restricted Megaways game we’ve seen to date. Its visual appeal is its most significant asset, but the African savannah theme is not new. The game offers up to 86,436 ways to win, which is low for a Megaways slot, and the 2,000x potential will not impress regular players. The game includes mystery and mega symbol features, but lacks extras in the bonus round. There are no cascading reels or progressive multipliers, and the overall symbol values and customizable RTP ranges are unusually low. The Rhino Wild symbol can replace all regular pay symbols, but it holds no value of its own. Premium symbols offer a payout between 0.4 and 2.5 x your stake for 6 of a kind, and the game includes Mega Symbols, Mystery Masks and a Bonus Round. Scatters and Wilds cannot appear as a mega symbol, but Mystery Mask symbols can. The Bonus Round is triggered by landing two diamond scatters on reels 1 and 6 simultaneously, awarding 12 free spins. However, the feature is the same as the base game and can be retriggered the same way. Despite its visually pleasing design, Rumble Rhino Megaways was a letdown during testing, and it’s difficult to understand Pariplay’s intent with this release. The lack of extras in the bonus round is a major oversight, as is the exceptionally low symbol values. The absence of a cascading wins feature is also a drawback. The game’s 2,000x potential caps off a disappointing experience, making this a strong contender for the worst Megaways game ever by Pariplay.