Mega Joker Slot Review
I’m really afraid of clowns, which extends to jokers, court jesters, and people on stilts. I can’t pinpoint why, but it genuinely affects my daily life. So, you can imagine how much the idea of a “mega Joker” freaks me out. A giant joker that can torment me by dancing around in its stupid, alarmingly large, joker outfit? I’d honestly rather have a flaming hot poker stuck in my eye - and you can hold me to that.
Mega Joker is a 3-reel, 5-payline video slot powered by software from NetEnt. This is the kind of slot you’d expect to find in the dark corner of a dingy bar somewhere - and I’m into it. Symbols include lucky 7s, treasure chests, gold bells, grapes, watermelons, lemons, oranges, cherries, and the Joker.
Controls are pretty straightforward, but let’s run through them. Below the reels you’ll find: Sound Effects, Help, Collect, Jackpot, Bet, Max Bet, and Spin.
So, what features can you expect from Mega Joker? Mega Joker boasts a fantastic progressive jackpot, which can be won at the end of any game round.
Playing the main game with a bet of 10 will give you access to the super meter game. This is played on a set of reels above the main reels, where you’ll be able to set large bets (up to 200x your coin value), and score big wins!
This is a very basic looking slot - the graphics are much like the kind you’d find on old mechanical slots, as are the sound effects. It’s still a lot of fun, and you can play it on tablet, mobile, and desktop.
The max win during the base game is 400, and during the Super Meter game it is 2000.
Overall, Mega Joker isn’t the kind of game you play if you’re looking for something fancy. It’s a good, old-fashioned slot that will score you some wins and keep you relatively happy. If this slot was a drink, it would be the drink of a coal miner - and I think there’s something to say for that.