Jurassic Park by Microgaming
Branded slots may be all the rage among both players and developers right now but one name that you can always count on to be at the forefront is Microgaming. Whether it’s a new release or a cult classic, this is a developer that always has the skills to deliver and they’ve done exactly that right here on Jurassic Park. From truly stunning images on the reels that make it easy to differentiate your raptor from your Jeff Goldblum to gameplay that will have you on the edge of your seat, this game is one that definitely has plenty to offer! Indeed, it has so much to offer that we’re going to get straight on to the bonus action that we have to look forward to, while also pointing out that this game also makes great use of the 243 ways to win system.
Watch Out for Alert Mode
You’ll always need to be on your toes on Jurassic Park as Alert Mode can strike at any time. Fortunately, you might be on high alert when the T-Rex appears but you’ll also be in for a bonus over the course of the next six spins, with 35 wild cards being added to the board in total. Sadly, they don’t all come at once but by the time Alert Mode has finished, you should have definitely seen a worthwhile bump in your balance to say the least.
A branded Microgaming game would rarely feel complete without some free spins to keep things ticking over and Jurassic Park doesn’t disappoint. Indeed, it has one of the widest ranging bonuses we’ve ever seen, with multiple rounds each based on a different dinosaur. There are five in total and they’ll be selected at random until you’ve triggered the feature 25 different times, at which point you get to choose for yourself. No matter how you get to the round, your reward will be twelve free games and its then time to see what bonuses are on offer.
We won’t spoil all of the surprises on what’s in store, but to give you something of an idea of what to expect, we’ll highlight the Brachiosaurus and Triceratops rounds. The first see a mystery multiplier being applied to each and every spin and this could be as low as two times the standard prize value, or even as much as six times the original win. With the Triceratops, it is all about running wilds. The first stack of bonus wilds starts with three symbols and one more is added on each of the twelve spins. If you end up with a partial wild stack, the game will respin the reels for free to ensure that a complete stack does indeed come into play.
Whether you stick around for 25 free spins rounds or not is of course completely up to you, but that’s plenty of time to see which of the bonus rounds you prefer for when the choice does become yours. The same bonuses are available for both free and real play and if you want to indulge in the former, you’re in the right place as we have the full version of Jurassic Park ready and waiting to be played at the top of this review!