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Jazz Slot Review
Most people will know of jazz music. It’s a genre that originated from African American communities based within New Orleans, Louisiana in the United States. It came about in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, emerging in the form of independent traditional and popular music styles, which we are all linked by the common bonds of African American and European American musical parentage. The genre makes heavy use of improvisation, polyrhythms, syncopation and the swing note. It would actually emerge on a grander scale in the 1950s, which saw free jazz take hold, thereby playing without a regular meter, beat or formal structure. It would move into more prominence throughout the 50s, and has since influenced many other modern day styles of music. As such a popular form of music, it seems only right that it have its own online video slot offering, and it was High 5 Games who decided to base this game, simply called ‘Jazz’, around it. Therefore, you’ll have all the atmosphere of a smoky jazz club coming into your head, as you spin the reels and listen to the sound of the double bass playing and the tapping of the drums. You’ll be taken on a smooth adventure in this one.
Blast Out the Trumpet!
As far as the layout of this game goes, it’s actually presented on a slightly larger scale than what a regular online video slot is, so you’ll be spinning through five reels and four rows. This is by no means a bad thing, as it gives you an extra row upon which to form wins. Of course, this is where the game’s icons are housed as well, and you’ll find the frequently used A, J, K, Q and number 5 appear in the first instance. There’s also the addition of the more thematically relevant symbols, such as the double bass player with his dark sunglasses on, the guitar player complete with his hat, and the piano player dressed in his finest clothing. These are joined by the man holding on to his trumpet, and finally, the female vocalist who is ready to smoothly seduce the audience with a song.
Not only that, but the reels incorporate a total of 178 different pay lines as well. This may seem like an odd number, but you can adjust the active lines around, starting from 25 bet lines and moving up through 50, 75, 125, and finally, the maximum 178. Further to this, High 5 Games have also made it possible for you to alter your wager amount around by increasing the multiplier. This begins at times one and goes up to a maximum level of times times 1,000. Therefore, your wager can be set between $0.35 and $350 per spin with this.
The Musicians’ Performance
There are a few different special features included in this game, starting with the wild icon, which is represented by the word, ‘WILD’. As a wild symbol, it will stand in for any other icon on the reels in order to form a winning combination, with the only exceptions being the green arrows and the vinyl record symbols. The wild symbol will only show up on reels one and five.
And speaking of the green arrow icons, there are two of these, one pointing right and the other one pointing left. The first of these will only appear on reel two, while the second will only show up on reel four. These will act as triggers for the ‘Wild Connections’ feature, and as part of such, any played or unplayed line that passes through both arrows will ensure that both transform in to wilds.
As far as the vinyl record icon is concerned, this is the game’s scatter symbol. It can appear anywhere on reels one, two and three, and should you spin three onto these reels, you’ll trigger the freespins round. You’ll be rewarded with either seven, nine or eleven freespins of the reels, which are provided at random.
Make Your Way Into the Club
We have to admit that we’re not generally fans of jazz music on the whole. However, we’re certainly fans of this slot game. It’s got some very appealing special features included in it, and not only that, but it’s very visually pleasing alongside. The fact that the developer hasn’t used a generic piece of soundtrack music in this one is another plus point.