slot review (Push Gaming)
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Here is something completely unusual. It is a hybrid made of Fruit, Candy Crash, slot game, and Saturday Night Fever. First thing you notice is a groovy funky music that makes you move. It is quite catchy at first, but can become difficult over time in an endless loop.
Anyway, unlike regular slots there are no wheels here. Nothing is spinning, but rather different fruits are falling into the 8×8 grid. Of course, different fruits have different values, with strawberries being the most valuable. The win happens when at least 5 of the same fruits connect vertically or horizontally. Those symbols then disappear (just like Candy Crush), making space for others to fall into their place.
Jars are the symbol that you looking for, they act as wilds and combine for nice wins. Every time Jammin’ Jar participates in a win, it’s multiplier goes up by one. Obviously, the longer they stay in the game, the better.
Rainbow feature happens randomly after a nonwinning cascade or collapse. You get one or more giant fruit symbols that land on the grid and combine with others for a win.
As usual, when you collect three Jars, the bonus round starts. You get 6 free spins (or cascades what they are called here). You get to keep all three Jars during the bonus, and you might even get some more. Jars increase multiplier every time they take part in the winning combination. Now, the best option is to connect a few Jars for combining multipliers as it happened in this bonus round to the left. Those three Jars put together multiplied 120-time poor Plums that normally pay 0.40!
If you looking for something unusual and different, then Jammin’ Jars is definitely it. Cascading reels is not the most unusual way to do the games, but this is fresh and catchy. If you get lucky to connect a few Jars in the bonus round (and put some good fruits between them like strawberries), then wins can be huuuge with the combining multipliers. It looks like this is what happened to Roshtein here, and it might be the reason for it to be top viewed Jammin’ Jars video on YouTube.