Free Jungle Jim slot
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World renowned slot developer Microgaming are known for their no-nonsense online video slots packed with good-looking graphics, simple gameplay and generous bonus rounds.
OK, some of the developer's slots venture past the 'ordinary' into the realms of the truly great - if they can be bothered - but on the whole you can expect plenty of solid, professional slots fare. Jungle Jim taps into slots fans' love of all things totally tropical and loads up the reels with fun icons. Our chisel-jawed Jungle adventurer takes to the wilds with just a cheesy smile for company - as well as a pretty assistant and an old explorer mentor. This is kind of like Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark mixed in with a bit of George of the Jungle!
Elsewhere on the reels of this 5 reel, 15 pay-line slot we get various wild beasts, including a panther, a snake, a spider, a piranha and a poisonous flower. The Wild symbol is - strangely enough - the game's Wild and substitutes for all symbols in the game other than the Scatters. There's a nice 4,000-line bet jackpot to be won if you hit five Wilds, and with 10 coins per line, that can add up to a juicy $20,000 pot when betting the maximum.
There are two Scatters in the game. The Target Scatter pays out anywhere, with wins multiplied by 75 if you hit five. However, it's the Alligator Bonus icon that is the bonus feature trigger. Three or more Bonus Scatters triggers a second screen where you pick from five different-colored snappers. As with some of Microgaming's other slots that operate like this, one alligator determines spins, while another determines your multiplier.
While Jungle Jim may never be able to compete with Play'n Go's Rich Wilde and the Aztec Idols with its multiple bonus features, or Betsoft Gaming's class 3D travel-themed slot, Safari Sam, it nevertheless does enough to hold your attention for a few hours or so.
While the pay-lines are low, the jackpots aren't - and that is enough to recommend you check the game out.