Jurassic World is a Microgaming slot from 2017 based on the dinosaur theme park blockbuster from 2015. It’s a great looking slot, with symbols including characters from the film, dinosaurs, and amber stones. The slot’s soundtrack is lifted directly from the film, and the game’s features have clearly been designed with the theme in mind.
It looks promising at first glance, so let’s see how it plays.
Jurassic World is a way to win slot with 243 ways to win, which means players win payouts for landing the same symbols on adjacent reels going from left to right. The highest paying basic symbol in the game is Owen Grady, who pays up to 6.6x the bet for five symbols on adjacent reels. Bryce Dallas, the female lead of the film, pays just under 6x the bet for five symbols, while dinos pay out less, just up to 2x the bet for five symbols on adjacent reels for the highest paying dino.
Where to start? There’s a lot to look out for in Jurassic World. The Scatter symbols of insects in amber double as Wilds when only two land on the reels, but three or more Scatters trigger Free Spins. There are three different Free Spins modes on offer, and players will be awarded one randomly until the 15th trigger when players win the ability to choose their Free Spins mode. Free Spins modes include Gyrosphere Valley, which offers 10 free spins and a multiplier trail; Creation Lab, which offers 10 free spins, rolling reels, and sticky Wilds; and Raptor Den, which offers 10 free spins, Wild sticky Scatters, and additional free spins for landing three Scatters. There’s also the randomly triggered Indominus Rex, who can appear at any time in the base game to boost your win to up to 1000x the bet. This rare bonus is worth keeping an eye out for because the wins can be substantial.
Jurassic World is a good slot for players keen to play while out and about; it runs smoothly on mobile devices and the graphics look great across both iOS and Android platforms. Provided your internet connection is solid, you shouldn’t have any problems playing Jurassic World while you’re on the go.
Jurassic World offers players an average return of just 95.45%, which is a little below average for a modern slot like this, but not too much. What this means is that for every $100 players spend playing Jurassic World, they will win back an average of $95.45. Not too bad, but some slots do offer better returns of 96% or higher, so watch out for this.
If you’re a fan of the Jurassic World franchise, you’ll love this slot; it does a great job of combining the game’s mechanics with themes from the film, and the features are interesting enough to keep gameplay exciting for some time. It’s a shame the RTP isn’t just a little higher, but this is splitting hairs if you enjoy the slot.