|Min Bet Per Line||0.1|
|Bet Range||0.1 - 10|
Jump back to those good old traditional slot machine days with Jackpot 6000, and you could just be a winner. Looking at the screen, you’ll see that it features the traditional slot machine icons, those being lemons, cherries, grapes and bells. There’s also a jester symbol, as well as a gold star that could almost be a sheriff’s badge.
Along the bottom, you’ll find buttons akin to those found on a land-based slot machine, and coins in the bottom corner with values of £0.10, £0.20, £0.50 and £1.00. There’s also a bet level which can be altered between one and ten, allowing a total maximum wager of £10 per spin to be placed across the game’s five paylines. Jackpot 6000 offers up a three-reel, three row interface, and does not feature any sort of autoplay function.
With every winning combination created, you’ll be given the option of gambling the full amount of the payout, a part of it, or none at all. To gamble with part of the funds, you need to click the transfer button which will move 20 coins from the win amount. Pressing it again will move a further 20, and so on. Selecting the collect button will move all winnings to your coin pot without gambling any of them.
Heads or Tails
If you do choose to gamble with any or all of your winnings, you simply need to select whether you think the flashing coins at the side will land on heads or tails. If you guess correctly, your gambled amount will be doubled. Incorrect guesses will result in the coins being lost. The gamble round ends when you run out of coins, when you hit the collect button or when you reach 3000 coins in winnings.
To win the 6000 coin jackpot, you simply need to spin three of the jester symbols across the top row while placing the highest possible wager. Sounds easy when you say it like that doesn’t it.
Every winning combination not only allows you to gamble, but instead, you can transfer winnings to the supermeter by pressing the spin button. This is only available when wagering the highest amount on a spin. Supermeter mode will then be in action while funds that have been transferred there remain. This gives you the chance to win on two visible jester symbols anywhere on the reels. Any combination of two jesters will pay a mystery win between 10 and 6000 coins.
Jackpot 6000 can’t really be compared to the other Netent game’s considering the fact that they have stellar graphics and animations. However, for those players wishing to enjoy a simple game with opportunities for large payouts, it should definitely be tried.