iSoftBet online casino software launches rich African wildlife-themed slot

iSoftBet online casino software launches rich African wildlife-themed slot
Published: 08 February 2019 (319 Views)
iSoftBet is returning to their old stomping group with a brand new African wildlife-themed slot this month. Making its way to watering holes across the internet is a slot with a theme well-explored by iSoftBet, and one they always tend to impress with - animals.

Known as Jumbo Stampede slot, this latest in a range of iSoftBet slots to debut at casinos won't be short of company. Many other providers have tried their hand at the wilderness and plains of Africa genre, although few have as bizarre a set of features as can be found in this new game.

Original Gameplay Makes This Slot Stand Out
Like any Savannah-themed release, there are plenty of beautiful and majestic animals represented on the 6 reels of this release. The game has been specifically designed with 6 reels, as that was the only way it could cater to the immense number of paylines the game offers. In all, there are 4,096 possible win lines splashed across the reels.

Wagering in the game is set to be cheap enough, with all having four-thousand-plus paylines active and costing as little as 20p a game. Even splashing out on the most expensive wager in the game will only cost £20 a spin. At 150x a bet, the non-progressive jackpot in the game may not be lavish, but it is at least fair in regards to the wagering range.

Spreading Wilds and Jumbo Symbols
A flurry of bonuses have been worked into this release. There are jumbo symbols which can aid wins, and wilds count no matter where they land on the reels, which in effect, makes them scatter wilds. However, proper scatters appear in the form of elephants, and they can trigger a free spin bonus when 3 appear anywhere on the screen. As many as 50 free spins can be won with such symbols.

Wild (sunrise icons) can show up on the four inner reels in the game, and they can deliver split symbols. These appear with 2x or 3x signs on them. Instead of multipliers, they can divide into multiple wilds, which, in turn, will make it possible to win with larger combinations than the standard six-of-a-kind combo that is expected.

Jumbo Stampede Finds Its Place Amongst the Herd
iSoftBet's new Jumbo Stampede isn't the only African wildlife-themed game around; Great Rhino, Raging Rhino, and Buffalo Blitz are more than capable of keeping it company. The latter is incredibly similar in terms of gameplay to the new release. In theory, any casino which hosts a collection of Isoftbet slots should be able to dish out the new release this month



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