Jamming Jars online slot review from Push Gaming
After recently releasing ‘Turn it up’ Push Gaming is releasing more frequently this year and is teasing many new releases for the upcoming months. We have ‘Viking Clash’ to look forward to which is being released in under 3 weeks now. But now they have teased a new slot which is being released 25th September. This date is quite far away but is something to look forward to.
The new slot is called ‘Jamming Jars’ which is a retro grid game. This is a very different release compared to PushGamings other slots but the slot looks to have potential with the multipliers. The theme is very retro with the bright neon lights and classic fruit symbols. The slot is a grid of 8×8. The slot is a drop-down game like ‘Reactoonz’, so when you get a win/s the symbols from the win/s will disappear and more will fall down to create even more wins possibly. Basically a chain reaction.
The symbols for the games are 6 different coloured fruit symbols. Which is very basic but fits the theme of the slot well. There is also a scatter symbol which is a rainbow jar. If less than 3 of the scatters land on the reels they are used as multipliers for your wins if lined up together.
Base Game Feature
There is a base game feature called ‘Rainbow Feature’. This drops in big fruit onto the reels and can produce big wins. So the bigger the fruit the more symbols that will line up for a win. I believe it will be a different symbol every time the feature is randomly activated. But it can be good for a balance booster or possibly big win if enough symbols are dropped in.
To unlock the free spins you need to land 3 rainbow jars. You get 6 free spins. The jars will stick and will be used during the free spins. The jars are used as multipliers which can help for even bigger wins or can help connect symbols. I feel like the game can pay but only really with the help of the multipliers.
This article will be updated when new information is released and I will give my honest opinion when I am able to play the game myself. But I am looking forward to the release to see what the potential is like.