By December 2014, Net Entertainment is going to top its collection of “Touch” mobile games. NetEnt, casino games developer from Scandinavia, already has several exciting games, available both for desktop browsers and mobiles. Their latest addition, Jackpot 6000 is particularly famous among desktop users, which is why it seems only logical that a mobile addition is on its way. Perhaps, one of the main features attributing to the popularity of the game is the Jackpot mode.
The game has obviously been inspired by “Jackpot 2000”, a Norwegian slot machine. Yet, NetEnt improved the game by creating a 3-reel 5-payline online slot. The classic desktop version of the game is more detailed, of course – it shows the gamers slots for inserting coins / bets. In other words, online edition offers its players a vivid image of the electronic gaming machine. The mobile version is obviously lighter and shows only reel coins on a full touch screen, and, of course, a Jackpot Supermeter.
The game presupposes a maximum of ten coins (two for each of the five pay-lines). Jackpot Supermeter ‘counts’ your wins and allows gamblers to play at a Jackpot mode. If you are not interested in the latter, you can transfer your coins, calculated by Jackpot Supermeter, to a regular playing mode and proceed the same way you started.
Plus, players should decide how many coins they would like to wager on. By placing one bet on one of the five pay lines, users have a chance to win half of the value of the total prize. Two winning bets are equivalent to a full-value win.
To win while playing in a regular mode, you are supposed to get three identical symbols, like in any other slot machine. To win in a Jackpot playing mode, though, you will have to collect three Jokers. In both modes, your winnings will depend on the number of coins you bet in the first place. The biggest win for three Joker symbols is 6000 coins (check also Super Nudge 6000 Slot). Yet, even two Jokers can win you a prize from ten to 6000 coins.
Like any other slot machine, Jackpot 6000 is a game of chance. Yet, the thing that differs it from the rest of the chance games is a ‘head or tails’ option. Designed for the riskiest and the most hazardous players, this feature allows gamers to place all of their bets on a simple head or tails flip coin game. Surely, if you lose – you lose, and the number of your coins will be reduced. But if you win, you will have twice as many coins in your virtual gaming account.