Novomatic has always been one of the greatest online slot game makers. It has a large portfolio, which also embraces this piece of the oeuvre – Just Jewels Deluxe. It was launched in 2008 having medium-high volatility, the 95.42% RTP rate, offering a possibility to increase the winning by gambling, and the range of bets from 0.5 to 200 coins per spin. The grid of the game is 5*3 (reels and rows) and it boasts of 10 adjustable paylines.
|Min bet $, €, £:||0.4|
|Max bet $, €, £:||100|
|Technology:||FLASH, JS, HTML5|
Before a gamer starts playing, there are some adjustments to make:
The feature of this game is that it can pay from 3 to 5 symbols in a payout line no matter where these symbols are located in a win line – from utmost left to center or utmost right. Not too many slots can brag about this symbol paying mechanics when they form combinations.
The following symbols gamers can see in this online casino machine:
As for the card symbols, which one might have gotten used to seeing in other online slots, there aren’t any. Also, there are no bonus game or free spins. Anything you can win is only defined by combinations of presented symbols, nothing more. The only thing how you can meet here cards is when you’re offered to gamble by the game when you win – to double the winning or lose it completely. In this mode – if you decide to gamble – you get an opportunity to guess, which suit’s color will be shown – black or red. With 5 max games possible, one can increase the victory by x32.
These all pay out according to the table, which we provide below. It is possible to play in a demo mode before playing for real money. This approach has two advantages, which players should utilize:
It is possible to bet from 1 coin per spin with 10 paylines to 200 coins.
If you see that several winning combinations appear on the screen at the same time, don’t rush to be invigorated much – as here, only the highest-paying combination is paid to players, others are void.
The paytable is as such (with a bet equal to 1 coin per spin, the coin value is 1, and there are 10 paylines; there must be from 3 to 5 of them in a win line):