Take a trip to the wild jungles of slot-land with Jungle Wild, an annal-inspired creation from the star developers at WMS, which is part of the SG Interactive brand along with Barcrest. There are 30 paylines on this 5-reel slot and a few interesting features to enjoy.
- Progressive no
- Wild Symbol yes
- Scatter Symbol yes
- Autoplay Option yes
- Multiplier no
- Min Coins Per Line 1
- Min Coins Size 1
- Max Coins Per Line 0.01
- Max Coins Size 3
The Return to Player on Jungle Wild is 95.96% and the betting range goes as low as 0.01 and as high as 90 per line. There is a lot going on with the aesthetic and it all feels a little too busy and too bright for our liking, but it’s not poorly designed and it’s not that distracting. There is also some jungle-style music, which is a little more annoying but can be easily muted.
The base game on Jungle Wild pays out well, with a high volatility that will surly please the majority of online gamblers. As the name suggests, one of the biggest symbols on Jungle Wild is the wild. This pays out very well, it lands quite frequently and it makes the game worthwhile, because without this it would be very disappointing.
There is also a free spins round on Jungle Wild and this is triggered via the bonus symbol, of which you need at least three. The free spins round is generous and unlocks an average of between 15x and 30x, but it can not be re-triggered and this means that your wins are somewhat limited.
There is no jackpot on Jungle Wild either, nor is there a big multiplier. It’s a somewhat standard video slot with some decent but not huge wins available.
Jungle Wild is average at best. The graphics could use some improving, the bonus round could be bigger, better and re-triggered and there could also be some bigger symbols. Throw a jackpot in there and this could even be a 7/10 game, but as things stand it’s one that you’ll probably play, never return to, and then promptly forget about.