Booming Games are gearing up for the launch of their brand-new Jesters Joy slot game, which will be making an appearance at many casino sites on the 12th of November. However, it boasts a rather rare 3×3 grid playing structure and is one of their low variance slots on which just 10 pay lines are offered.
Value for Money
Another great slot from Booming Games, Jesters Joy is going to be a welcome change of scenery for video slot players who fancy trying their luck playing a three reel slot but one that comes packed with features and a respectable 96.23% RTP.
Jesters Joy Slot Stats
How it Pays and Plays
Being both a multi-stake and one offering a set of free spins it is sure to appeal to plenty of players and with additional features such as Expanding Symbols, a Gamble and Split Gamble feature, Two Way Pays and a x7 multiplier there is a lot to like about Jester’s Jackpot for sure.
Gamble and Split Gamble
For those of you that taking a gamble feature after spinning in a winning combination you have the option of doing just that when playing Jester’s Joy, however you will also have the ability of taking a Split Gamble instead.
Two Way Pays
Spinning in three Wilds will trigger a set of 10 spins on which all winning combinations will pay both ways across the screen.
Wilds and Multipliers
Obviously the Wilds are going to stand in for the other reel symbols and possibly help you form any number of winning combinations once they have spun in, and the multiplier that could also come into play can and hopefully will boost winning payouts by a whopping 7 times their values.
Three reel slots are not known for their amazing graphics or sound effects, but Jesters Joy does come with some enhanced animations, plus with a classical feel thanks to its fruit themed reel symbols it offers an old meets new type of playing concept to players.
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