Net Entertainment’s Jackpot 6000 may be one of the more primitive slots you are going to come across, but it is also one of the most popular out there.
The game features a classic slot setup, with all your favourite fruits and bells present upon the reels of this nifty little one-armed bandit.
Look and feel
Jackpot 6000’s design and structure is that of a classic slot machine, so it is only natural that the types of imagery you can find on the reels of this slot machine are also classic slot in nature.
Expect to find cherries, lemons, bells, grapes and stars galore in this modern take on a pub fruit machine. Even the design of the reels themselves would have you believe you were standing in a real-to-life casino.
The gameplay is primitive, but you can’t really have it any other way with classic slot games such as this. Jackpot 6000 allows players to bet on 5 paylines spread over 3 reels, with wagers in this game stemming from a floor of £1 per spin, up to a ceiling of £10 per spin.
The RTP rate of 95% is decent for a classic slot, whilst the non-progressive jackpot of 6,000 coins is nifty, indeed. Now you at least understand where the “Jackpot 6000” title comes from.
Even though Jackpot 6000 is a classic slot machine, it does have a few special features. Players can transfer winnings to a Super Meter when they bag them, or they can collect them.
Transferring them to the Super Meter. In that game, players who land a combination of two jokers on the reels will pocket a cash prize worth up to the 6,000 coins we previously mentioned.
At any point in the Super Meter game, players can transfer their winnings from the Super Meter game back down to the base game, thus ending the feature. Players can also choose to gamble their winnings in another manner, if they wish.
A simple heads or tails gamble feature has been worked into the design of this slot, although it pales in comparison to the Super Meter game.