Could You Win the Jester’s Jackpot?
Clowns, jokers and jesters – we’ve all seen at least some of these in slot games before. Here, the focus is on the court jester, and we can’t disagree with the design, since it features a checkerboard background and the jester himself appearing on the reels.
The big question is whether you have a chance to win the jackpot mentioned in the title. Shall we find out?
Reels and paylines
This game has five reels in play and nine paylines – a few more than some other Wager Gaming titles, and a lot less than many.
Betting options available for Jester’s Jackpot
You can choose from a selection of coins going from one cent to 10 dollars. That means the biggest bet is $90, which should appeal to bigger players. You can also play from just nine cents a spin.
Does the game have special symbols in action?
Some WGT titles have standard king and queen symbols, as well as other playing card symbols in play. Here, we have the real ace, king, queen and jack appearing as proper playing cards. You can also see the jester’s hat, a full-size version of the jester and a card representing the casino you are playing the game at.
Can you find a bonus feature?
No – and you won’t find a wild or scatter either. This game can be filed under the basic slot games section in Wager Gaming’s repertoire.
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So, this is basic, for sure. The Jester’s Jackpot of the title is 2,500 coins, which is a lot lower than jackpots they have in store in other games. There are some good wins for getting five of some of the other symbols on a line too, but the second-biggest is 1,000 coins and they go down from there.
It’s a disappointment when you think of the title and what it could promise. Mind you, it would still be a nice win if you had played with the maximum bet of $10 on the line. That would mean you’d win a total of $25,000. The smallest bet would return a prize of $25, which is not too shabby for a one-cent bet!
But without having the chance of winning that prize, you may wonder if the game offers enough to keep you playing. It passes the time, but offers little else to keep you hooked for a while.