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The Mystery Jack game can be found at casinos offering Wazdan software. Wazdan is one of the better established software developers in the online gaming market having been in operation since 2010. Unlike many of the smaller casino software providers Wazdan offer a selection of casino table games featuring some of the major table games, with a strong focus on slots games. Wazdan do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their paytables. As such we can say that the House Edge for Mystery Jack is 3.51%.
Mystery Jack is a 3 reel game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses standard paylines, with 27 in total playing from left to right.
Wilds – The Wild symbol is the “Bandit” which will substitute for all symbols other than Mystery and Free Game symbols. The “Joker” is also the most valuable symbol in the game, with 5 as part of a winning payline paying x50 the bet.
Scatters/Free Game – The “Free Spins Wagon” is the game’s Scatter/Free Game symbol, meaning it will trigger the Free Spins feature regardless of paylines if you can land 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels on a single spin.
Mystery – The “Mystery Wagon” is the game’s Mystery symbol. 3 or more of them will give you a chance to win a mystery prize between 1 and 500 times the bet.
Free Spins – 3 or more “Free Spins Wagon” symbols will trigger 9 Free Spins.
Mystery Jack is a fairly simple looking slots game. The background takes you out into the American desert where you spin a reel that is mostly occupied by fruit, save a few wagons and a bandit symbol. It does all that but it would be a stretch to say that it does so with much style or flair. The symbols themselves are far from the most detailed you will see but if you want to find a positive slant I guess you could argue that they do everything you need them to in a slots game. There are free spins, wilds and a mystery symbol to keep things interesting but nothing that will blow you away if you are a seasoned slots player. The house edge is average, which is what I would say about the game in general.