Jurassic Park Slot Machine
The Jurassic Park Slot Machine was unleashed back in August 2014 by Microgaming, providing yet another successful movie tie in for the innovative Isle of Man based casino software company.
Utilising the successful 243 payline game engine, which Microgaming first employed in their ground breaking Thunderstruck 2 Slot, Jurassic Park is available to play at all those recommended casinos, which we list here on CR at the bottom of this review and free play page.
Utilising 3D imagery and animation taken from the blockbuster film, the Jurassic Park Slot has already proven to be one the most popular slots to play at those casino which carry Microgaming’s software.
Featuring stacked wilds and expanding scatters, I found Jurassic Park a good slot to play, which offers a lot of gameplay and hence gametime.
According to the ‘PR Blurb’ which Microgaming announced upon the release of Jurassic Park, their CEO, Roger Raatgever stated that Jurassic Park is “One of our greatest slot creations to date!”
Well, I have spent hours trying out the slot and I have to say that my first impressions are favourable. The graphics, animation, sound affects and imagery are first class and this alongside the 243 payline game engine, really does enhance the overall gameplay of the slot. With a total of five bonus rounds to choose from, via hitting three or more scatters, those of you who have experience of other MGS 243 payline slots such as Immortal Romance, will no doubt, feel at home.
Whilst I won’t going into a labourious breakdown of each bonus round on offer ( there are already far too many available on the net, to make it worthwhile ), I will say that each one in their own right adds something to the overall experience of the slot.
Like several other movie tie slots from Microgaming, you will notice from playing the free play version of Jurassic Park below, that the slot also offers a random feature. Similar to ‘Wildstorm’ on Thunderstruck 2 and ‘Supermode’ on the Hellboy Slot.
Overall, the Jurassic Park Slot Machine gets a ‘thumbs up’ from us here at CR.