The Jurassic Park Slot game, which is based on the 1993 blockbuster movie, has definitely done the movie justice. The slot machine falls into the 5 x 3 Reel 243 ways to win category. The sound effects and graphics create a real sense of escapism. Ian Malcolm played by Jeff Goldblum, Alan Grant, John Hammond and Ellie Sattler are all characters that feature in the slot game.
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Jurassic Park Slot Game features
- The maximum jackpot on offer matches the size of the monster Dinosaurs you will find in the game. At 1,900,000 coins you definitely have an opportunity to hit the big time.
- The scatter symbol is represented as a mosquito inside of oozing trees sap.
- The Wild symbol is represented by the Jurassic Park Logo with a Dinosaur inside.
- There are 5 Free spin modes which can be activated including; Tyrannosaurus, Velociraptor, Brachiosaurus, Triceratops (Running Wilds), and Dilophosaurus (Winning wilds).
- You will then be able to choose the feature after playing the Free Spins feature 25 times. This is represented on a progress bar for easy reference.
- Free Spins and T-Rex alert mode cannot be triggered simultaneously.
- The T-Rex could appear during the Feature and turn up to 5 Reel Wild. Offering 12 Free Spins. These are stacked in Free Spins.
- There is also a T-Rex alert where your chance to win is increased with 35 extra wilds. Active for 6 Paid for spins.
We really enjoyed how jungle image moves in the background. It creates a surreal affect that you are deep in the jungle. Our top tip for playing this game is to make sure you set the credit limit upfront. You don’t want to eat into your cash balance too quickly. Rather set it low to begin with and get a feel for the game. Good luck and be sure to aim for those Tyrannosaurus Rex monsters.
Did you know?
Although scientists study fossilized insects, there hasn’t been a recorded case with blood ever being found inside one of them. More importantly, none of the fossils that have been found are of an age that they could have bitten a Dinosaur. They would have to be between 65 and over 200 million years old.