Be careful because it’s a jungle out there. This game has been online for four years now and continues to be another popular release from WMS Gaming. It’s among their G+ series and features the Spinning Streak feature that can really bring you plenty of great wins.
This is a five-reel game that has a total of 30 paylines. They’re not fixed so it’s entirely up to you to decide both your stake and how many lines you activate. This is a penny slot so if you want to, just stake 1p on one payline. That won’t give you much chance of winning but you never know do you. The maximum cost per spin is £90 if you;re staking £3 on all of the available lines. You’re bound to be able to find some stake level that will tie in neatly with your financial budget, unless you just want to play slots for fun,
Setting your stake can be done in one of two ways. Either use the classic panel where you have to move the line and stake figures up bit by bit or go for the Quick bet panel where there are several options for you to click on.
Now this may be the jungle but judging by the symbols in this game it’s a pretty place to live in and not scary at all. Whereas ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me a Panto” would have spiders and snakes, ‘Jungle Wild’ is set in a Mayan jungle and has different coloured flowers (blue, orange, gold, purple and pink), various birds plus a Mayan temple which is the bonus symbol.
The wild symbol is the Jungle Wild logo and can help get you some winning combinations even before the Spinning Streak feature comes into play. If you can get five of these on an active payline then you can win 7500x your line stake. That information comes from the paytable and it’s always handy to have a good look through that so you know exactly what each symbol pays. It’s situated down the bottom of the screen and if you want to know the rules for the game, that’s available by pressing the question mark button in the top right hand corner.
If you want some time away from the screen, there’s an autoplay feature in ‘Jungle Wild.’ Again two options, either the one down the bottom of the screen that just kicks off some automated spins and can be stopped anytime you want. That’s important because all the automated spins will be at the same stake so if luck’s not on your side you need to get in there and stop the spins and change your stake. There’s also the options button that can set a more detailed autoplay.