If you like treasure-hunting films like Indiana Jones, Lara Croft Tomb Raider, and The Mummy, then there’s a good chance that you’ll enjoy Microgaming’s Jungle Jim El Dorado slot. This 5-reel, 25-payline game takes you deep into dangerous jungles to search for lost treasure. As for Jim, he’s a slick-haired adventurer who cheers on your big payouts.
Let’s take a closer look at what you can expect from Jungle Jim’s symbols, betting options, special features, and return to player (RTP).
The default background is a dense jungle with ruins in the foreground. Jim stands off to the left and performs various animations when you get wins.
The symbols perfectly fit the theme, and they include gems, treasure chests, and ancient artifacts. If you land 3 or more ancient compasses on the screen, you’ll trigger the free spins bonus.
Also note that Jungle Jim El Dorado features rolling reels, where symbols from winning combinations disappear and allow symbols above to take their place. This helps you continue forming wins on the same turn and can lead to big payouts.
Regarding betting options, you can’t change the 25 paylines, but you can adjust your coin denomination from €0.01 to €1.00 per spin. This makes the minimum bet worth €0.25 per spin.
Jungle Jim has two notable features, including free spins and a Multiplier Trail. The Multiplier Trail provides a 2x multiplier on a single rolling win, and this amount goes up to 5x if you continue picking up wins.
As mentioned before, free spins are triggered when the compass scatter lands on the reels 3 or more times. This takes you inside of a temple to perform your free spins. These free games start you off with a 3x Multiplier Trail, and you can work your way up to a 12x multiplier by picking up rolling wins.
RTP for Jungle Jim El Dorado is 96.31%, which is good in comparison to other online slots.
Overall, Jungle Jim is a solid game that has high-quality graphics and animations. We also enjoy the features, which include rolling wins, free spins, and a Multiplier Trail. The only thing is that if you’ve already played NetEnt’s Gonzo’s Quest, you may feel like Jungle Jim is just a newer version of it. But then again, if you like Gonzo’s Quest, then you’ll enjoy playing this game too.
Explore El Dorado in the new Jungle Jim slot from Microgaming with inspiration from Gonzos Quest
Subscribe for Bonuses, Casino News and Free Spins!