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Jackpot Block Party

WMS Gaming
RTP 96.12%
RATING 8
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Reels 5
Paylines 30
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96.12
Wild symbols YES
Free spins NO
Bonus YES
Jackpot 1000 coins
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Jackpot Block Party Slot Review

The Jackpot Block Party slots game can be found at online casinos offering WMS Gaming software who are a wholly owned subsidiary of Scientific Gaming. WMS Gaming do not publish their RTP or House Edge figures as standard. However UKGC licensed operators who now publish all game figures as standard. As such we can say that the House Edge of Jackpot Block Party is 3.88%. As this figure has not been confirmed by the software provider we cannot confirm whether this game is configurable or not. As such this figure should be treated as a guideline only when playing at any operator that does not publish their RTP figures.

Get your party on!

Jackpot Block Party is a 5 reel game with 30 paylines.

The ‘Jackpot Block Party Logo’ symbol is Wild.

There are two bonus features when playing Jackpot Block Party. The first bonus feature is activated when you receive three of the ‘Present’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you’ll be asked to click on one of the Present symbols to reveal either a random cash prize or triggers the Block Party bonus feature.

The second bonus feature is activated when you receive the Feature 1, Feature 2 and Feature 3 bonus symbols on reels 1, 2 and 3. When this happens you will be taken to a new screens showing four party areas. In the first area you are shown 30 presents. Selects the presents one at a time to reveal cash prizes, a Plunger which opens one of the new party areas, a Super Plunger which opens all party areas or Buzz Kill which ends the bonus feature. When a new party area is opened all presents selected so far are unavailable in the new are and when you select a present in one area the corresponding present in the other open party areas are also opened. In other party zones you can also reveal the Pooper which closes that party zone, Punch which shows you 4 party poopers of whom you select one to win a cash prize or a ‘Party Saver’ which stops the bonus feature ending if the Buzz Kill is selected or the area closing if a Pooper is select or an Invite which opens a private party with 10 present to choose from.

Conclusion

Jackpot Block Party’s graphics are now very apparently out of date but the bonus features are fun and the House Edge is very reasonable for the modern market. This game shouldn’t be your first choice, but neither should you avoid it.

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