Play ’N Go is best known for its visually rich video slots but turns back the clock in Mystery Joker 6000. The old school fruit machine is played using a 3 reel, 5 payline game engine and comes with a spin the wheel bonus that pays up to 600 times your bet. Play on your desktop, tablet or mobile from between 10p and £100 per spin.
The design in Mystery Joker 6000 is as simple as you’ll see in a video slot from Play ’N Go. What you’ll find here is a classic 3 reel fruit machine – all the usual symbols are present and correct including cherries, lemons, grapes, melons, bells and stars. Most rewarding is the lucky red 7 – land 3 of these on 1 of the game’s 5 paylines and you’ll pocket a 200 times bet award. So far, so standard.
Where things have the potential to get more interesting is if you land 2 joker symbols (the jester’s hat) on the same payline on reels 1 and 2. Those reels will then be frozen and you’ll be awarded a respin. Land the all-important third joker and you’ll trigger the game’s only feature, the Mystery Wheel feature. Spin that wheel and you’ll be awarded a random prize of up to 600 times your bet.
You can up your stakes and spin in Super Meter mode if you wish – this doubles the amount you’ll pay per spin. In return, it becomes easier to trigger the Mystery Wheel feature. Land just 2 jokers on the same spin and you’ll get a spin of the Mystery Wheel. They don’t have to be on the same payline either.
Things improve still further if you’re lucky enough to land 3 jokers on the same spin. That will earn you 3 spins of the Mystery Wheel. If those 3 jokers are all on the same payline, then you’ll be awarded the 600 times bet top prize without even having to spin the Mystery Wheel.
There aren’t many bells and whistles on offer in Mystery Joker 6000 – it’s a stripped back fruit machine after all. It’s volatile though. This won’t be a game for fans of feature-heavy video slots. If you’re after some simple, high variance fruity action then Mystery Joker 6000 offers just that. If you want something more modern, 7 Sins and Wild North (by Play ‘N Go) are worth playing.