The set up in Mystery Joker 6000 is pretty straightforward – the plain white reels include cherries, lemons, grapes, melons, bells and stars. The top payer of these standard symbols is the lucky red 7 which awards 20 times your stake if you land a 3 in a row combination.
The other symbol is the Joker (the jester’s hat) – if you land 2 of these on a payline on reels 1 and 2 they will be held in place and the third reel will spin again – this is known as the Respin feature. If you land the third joker, then you’ll trigger the Mystery Wheel feature. The wheel spins and awards a random cash amount of anything up to 600 times your stake.
You’ll also have the opportunity to play in Super Meter mode – this costs double the standard amount per spin. In return, you’ll trigger the Mystery Wheel feature every time you land 2 jokers on the same spin. They don’t have to be on the same payline and you don’t have to rely on a respin to trigger it either!
Land 3 jokers anywhere on the reels and you’ll get 3 spins of the Mystery Wheel – if those 3 jokers are on the same payline, then you’ll automatically trigger the maximum 600 times stake prize.
Simple Mystery Joker 6000 may be but it’s also volatile – this is a high variance game which can deliver plenty of swings. The design and gameplay of this slot game are pretty basic. It can deliver some big action though, especially when you manage to trigger the Mystery Reel feature – there’s a cool 2,397.5 times your stake to be won in total if you get 3 spins of the Mystery Wheel.
It won’t be for everyone but for players who enjoy retro fruit machines with a high variance twist or 2 then Mystery Joker 6000 is one to consider. If you want something more complex, you cannot go wrong with Viking Runecraft or Book of Dead by Play ‘N Go.