Jackpot Jamba is a 5 reel (progressive), 9-payline, Digital-gaming-solutions Video Slot. It has a maximum jackpot win of $20,000.
Jackpot Jamba is a party persons dream according to BetSoft. It includes five reels, up to 20 paylines and added features such as wilds and bonus games. There’s a progressive jackpot too which changes to reflect the amount being wagered at the time.
Jackpot Jamba uses a purple and blue color scheme with streamers appearing on the slots background. The buttons beneath the slot have also been given a party makeover because each one looks like a different colored balloon.
Cocktail glasses, balloons, presents, whistles and hats make up the party themed icon lineup. Other icons include red 7, plums, cherries and party 7, identified as a purple 7 with party streamers thrown over it.
We’re not quite sure on the soundtrack because it sounds more like an adult movie rather than a party tune. If you feel the same way then a handy mute button does come to the rescue.
You are able to choose coins, lines and even bets per lines to shape wagers. This means players can choose from almost unlimited options between 0.02 and $45 per play which can award prizes up to $20,000 when playing top stakes.
Party hats are always a hoot, until someone pulls it by the elastic as lets it fly into your face that is. Childhood memories aside this icon is pretty useful because it is wild for any other icon except the jackpot logo.
You’ll need five Party 7’s icons to trigger the bonus round which is quite difficult because they must appear on a payline. The round loads four brightly colored balloons from which you choose one to reveal an instant bonus prize.
The cheesy music is a real downer but at least it can be muted. Overall we’d say Jackpot Jamba is an average slot gameplay wise but a good all rounder thanks to its impressive $20,000 maximum jackpot.
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