Jungle Jim El Dorado is powered by Microgaming and is a 5 reel, 25 payline slot which can be played from 25p to £25 per spin. Available to play on desktop, mobile and tablet devices, can you discover a trail of fortune? You are taken deep into the heart of the jungle to search for El Dorado, the legendary city of gold.
With an Aztec feel, symbols on the reels include topazes, emeralds, sapphires, rubies, flutes, snake sceptres, statues and treasure chests. The game lets you spin alongside Jungle Jim who is armed with high tech gadgets. When it comes to bonus features, it benefits from 2.
As with other Microgaming slots, it uses the Rolling Reels feature which is present throughout – when you have winning spin, the contributing symbols then disappear to be replaced by new symbols. This gives you another chance to win again. As long as you are getting winning combinations, you carry on getting more free spins.
As a result, there’s a Multiplier Trail with increases – it starts at 1x and goes up to 2x on the second spin. Then it goes up to 3x, 4x and 5x. This means that your 4th winning spin in a row will give you a 5x multiplier in the base game.
Now, this is even better in the Free Spins feature which is played when you get 3 scatters anywhere on reels 1, 2 and 3 simultaneously. You will be rewarded with 10 free spins but the Rolling Reels feature applies with the values in the Multiplier Trail dramatically increasing.
All wins are subject to a 3x multiplier and increase to 6x, 9x, 12x and 15x for consecutive wins. This means that every free spin could be subject to a massive 15x multiplier. Furthermore, 3 scatters during the feature will reward you with a further 10 free spins taking your total to 20 free spins potentially.
Jungle Jim El Dorado is a medium variance game with the maximum win being a whopping 3,680 times your stake – this will obviously come in the free spins feature due to the potential 15x multiplier! There’s plenty of scope to win big in this game as you go on an epic adventure with the lovable hero. It does remind me a lot of Net Entertainment’s Gonzo’s Quest which isn’t a bad thing.