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Casinos that offer WMS games
Super Jackpot Party is built on the WMS software platform, offering a unique plot in the form of parties. It was released in 2011 and can only be played on your desktop. Graphics-wise, colors pop, with the symbols also brightly colored. Still, the soundtrack isn't necessarily the most immersive.
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The game features a 5-reel layout with 20 paylines. Since the win lines are unfixed, it compliments the min and max coin size of 0.01 and 5 coins respectively. When it comes to playing, there's, fortunately, an auto-play feature (found in the lower-left corner) included with the spin button.
If you don't want to risk real cash, play the demo mode to get a taste of what's to come. Having said that, the game's symbols are plenty, with the highest-paying ones being the Wild and the Scatter. That is the Disco Ball and Whistles respectively.
With the Disco Ball, it can actually substitute any symbol in the game except for the Whistles of course. As for the Whistles, landing three or more activates the Super Jackpot Party bonus feature. This feature is wrapped up in incentives to keep the player going.
Starting with the first, the party feature itself can only be activated when you land Whistles on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th reels. A screen will pop up, offering more than 40 gift boxes for you to choose from. The more you open, the more rewards you get. Amongst which are a 10X multiplier, 10 free spins, and more.
The party feature only ends when you open three boxes and find only poopers in them. But if you receive a party saver perk, you can get more multipliers. Keep in mind that there's a Surprise Party feature that randomly triggers the Super Jackpot Party.
Other bonuses are the Whack-A-Pooper and Dance Feature. The first lets you whack characters, who give you between a 2X to 5X multiplier. As for the Dance feature, the dancer fills up the Dance meter. And depending on how long he dances for, you can get between an 8X to 57X multiplier.