Venture deep into the bush in the hope of hunting down a jackpot in The Jungle II. Powered by Push Gaming, this 5 reel, 25 payline slot comes with 10,000 coin jackpots and a bonus feature that offers up to 100 free spins. Delve into the undergrowth from 25p per spin.
The imagery on show in The Jungle II has a strong safari theme – set against a jungle backdrop, the reels include playing cards from A to J as well as binoculars, drinking flask, parrot, night time scene, Jeep and tiger. The male explorer is the top paying symbol awarding 10, 100, 1,000 and 10,000 times your line bet if you manage to land 2, 3, 4 or 5 in a single payl
There are 2 other symbols – the elephant is the scatter. This will earn you 2, 5, 20 or even 100 times your total stake if you land 2, 3, 4 or 5 anywhere on the reels.
The other symbol is the woman who is the key to unlocking The Jungle II’s only bonus feature. When she lands on reels 2, 3 and 4 you’ll be trigger the Free Spins feature. Before they play out, you’ll be taken to a new screen where you’ll spin a wheel. Where the pointer lands will determine how many free spins you’ve been awarded. This can be anything from 15 right up to 100 free spins.
There are a couple of changes to note once the free spins start – the explorer symbol doesn’t appear on reel 3. You can create winning combinations from both right to left as well as left to right during the feature.
The Jungle II is a pretty straightforward slot both in terms of looks and features – the visuals are bright and bold, even if the male and female characters have a slightly crazed look about them. An African style soundtrack plays as the reels spin, adding to the safari atmosphere.
The gameplay is pretty simple too – the only feature is the free spins round which we found to be something of a hit and miss affair. Get a good number of spins from the wheel and there are decent rewards on offer though. Likewise, in the base game where the explorer is the key to hunting down real treasure.
There’s nothing particularly innovative on offer in The Jungle II but if you want some simple to play safari adventure, you won’t go far wrong with this. If you like the theme, there’s plenty to choose from with WMS’ Raging Rhino and NextGen Gaming’s Cash Stampede better alternatives.