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Mystery Joker 6000

Play N' Go
RTP 96%
RATING 6
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Reels 3
Paylines 5
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96
Wild symbols No
Free spins Yes
Bonus Yes
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Mystery Joker 6000 Slot Review

The Mystery Joker 6000 game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing provider in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Mystery Joker 6000 is 4%.

The Mystery Joker 6000 game has 3 reels and each reel is 3 symbols high. This game uses 5 paylines, playing from left to right.

There is no Wild symbol.

The game plays 10 coins per spin.

Bonus Features:

Re-Spin – A re-spin is activated on the third reel when 2 Joker symbols are revealed following a payline.

Mystery Wheel – This feature is activated when 3 Joker symbols are revealed following a payline.  You are allowed one spin of the Mystery Wheel, which will award the player with a random prize.

Super Meter – The Super Meter can be entered following a payline. After landing a payline you have the option to collect your winnings by pressing the small blue button with the upturned hand. If you do so you will continue playing as normal. However, if you press the larger green button the arrow pointing upwards you will enter the Super Meter feature. All bets in the Super Meter are double what they were in the main game. In the Super Meter feature the Joker symbols become “Super Joker” symbols. If you land 2 Super Joker symbols at any point during the Super Meter feature you will be given a free spin on the Mystery Wheel, whilst landing 3 Super Joker symbols at any point during the Super Meter feature will give you 3 spins on the Mystery Wheel. If you land 3 Super Joker symbols following a payline, coin values will be multiplied by 6000.

 

Conclusion

Mystery Wheel looks very much like a traditional slot machine. All the traditional symbols are there; from the cherries to the watermelons. As such, the game is relatively easy to get to grips with, but does lack some of the visual grandeur that many Play ‘n Go games now exhibit. The limited number of reels and subsequent paylines means that the game is lacking in variety. The bonuses are interesting but not exactly fun. Given that there are games out there offering much more entertainment and that the house edge here is 4%, I doubt that many will be flocking play to Mystery Joker 6000.

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