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katemak 1249 reviews
Reviewed on July 17, 2015


Jungle Jim character is made by the Jim Bradley famous American hunter and adventurer, fighting against pirates, describing all of his adventures happened South East Asia. Seeing this slot is maybe under average one, well as all alike Boss Media slots, but have interesting theme and the payout of theirs game not bad at all, as this game has 3 progressive Jackpots. This game has free spins round, where the scatter symbol is the Jungle Jim it self, so triggering 3, 4 or 5 of them will awards you with 8, 20 or 100 free spins.

There is a bonus round on this game which is a bit difficult to be triggered, just because the bag symbol is the bonus symbol and lend only on the 5th reel. So every time you have bag symbol on the 5th reel the points are added to your account. You need to collect 500 points and the size of the coins depends what bet are you using, but still till you collect 500 points,it needs a lot of play and of course bigger balance on your account.

So having 500 points the bonus game will take you on another place where you need to find safe track, to find the Treasure,so the game will offer you 7 jumps till you find that path, but if you fall down and the bonus might ends with empty pocket. This game is progressive Jackpot which has 3 of them, Jackpot, Super Jackpot and Grand Jackpot, but you may get the Jackpot only if you are betting with the maximum bet, other way it will award you with only X 100 bet.

I have played this game a lot of times as for the wins I can't say the same, the same counts for the looks and the graphics of all Boss Media slots. Most of their games are launched in 2013 so not that old, but they all look alike and outdated.
paquito76 867 reviews
Reviewed on November 30, 2014


I think the video slot of Jungle Jim has a very decent appearance and although it doesn’t excels in any aspects regarding to the visualization it still has a simple but somehow nice and pleasant interface to play with. The graphics are very average and we can’t find any symbols or other pictorial elements that would really surprise me but all icons and colors are very fitting to the jungle, animal theme and their illustrations got a little funny realization and that’s why hard to imagine that anyone wouldn’t love what can be seen here. We can play with some cute animals like parrot, gorilla or snake and the others represent some exploring equipment like machete, binoculars or compass. I believe that the simplicity of the appearance what is the most captivating at this slot and of course every one of us could tell one or two thing that would make the overall impression better but the game still can give us a pleasurable view in its current format.

This 25-payline game is a Progressive Jackpot offering product and it promptly does it with 3 different kind of main prizes. All of them can be won by playing the maximum number of coins or otherwise seeing the Jackpot winning formulas on the reels means just reduced prizes. Otherwise we can’t say that this game has a fabulous paying ability as the best line win is worth no more than 2000 times of line bet and because the Wild at this game only has just replacing function this best win can’t be multiplied in any way. The Adventurer symbol triggers the Free Spin feature which awards 10, 25 or great 100 extra spins where all wins are counted by doubled value.

Being a Boss Media product the game uses the stupid bonus points system to trigger the secondary game meaning every time when a Bonus Bag symbol arrives to the 5th reel we get bonus points and we have to collect 500 of them to automatically get an entry there. It’s not an easy task to do as sometimes I feel like I’d have to spend a hundred Euros before I can collect 500 points. But once we get there we can find a surprisingly good bonus game. We have to guide Jungle Jim across the river to reach the treasure chest by choosing him a right path and he must jump on turtles and logs to reach the destination until a crocodile eats him up or simple just sinking into water. Maybe it’s not the most exciting side game out there but it’s not a bad one at all and considering the 10.000 main prize it really has something to fight for.

I don’t really like the free spin feature because it’s not a well-rewarding extra but the base game is quite good paying considering it’s a Boss product. There are lot of wins there and even though the 5 of a kind type wins come very hard but 4 of a kind ones regularly appears and thanks for the quite often appearing Wild I get very frequently wins around x5-x10 times of my total bet range. The slot loves very much the Compass and the Palm Tree icons as lot of wins occurred by these two symbols and even though the Compass is the less paying among symbols but wins with Palm Trees are always a welcomed guests on the screen.

In my opinion this is a real good game measured by Boss’s standard and if player has some luck even some bigger profits can be collected by it but comparing this game to other products on the market it still can’t break out from the mediocre cast and doesn’t show any qualities that player could really rave about. This is a nice, ordinary slot but has the ability to entertain and offers a funny and likable environment to spend our times with. I’m not a big fan of Boss Media products but if they create more slots like this maybe my point of view would change, who knows.

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