Mega Joker is a slot machine from NetEnt. It has a retro feel to it, but only the slot machines of the olden days, Mega Joker comes with SuperMeter Mode and a progressive jackpot. If you have played the Jackpot6000 slot machine from NetEnt, you will recognize the basics of the SuperMeter Mode.
The retro feel of Mega Joker comes from the fact that this slot only have three reels and five paylines, and chiefly uses traditional slot symbols, such as the bell, the seven and various fruits. The Joker can also show up on the reels, as well as the treasure chest. Also, there are no advanced functions here (except for the SuperMeter Mode). There are no wilds, scatters, or other special symbols. There is no free spins mode or interactive separate-screen bonus game.
Short facts about the Mega Joker slot machine
|Game developer||Net Entertainment (NetEnt)|
|Smallest bet per round||€0.10|
|Largest bet per round||€5|
|Fixed jackpot||2,000 coins|
Mega Joker is a 5 payline slot. For each coin you bet, you enable another payline. So, a 1 coin bet means only 1 payline get activated, a 2 coin bet activates 2 paylines, and so on. To play with all paylines active you need to make a 5 coin bet.
You can bet a maximum of 2 coins per payline. This means that the largest possible bet is 2 coins x 5 paylines = 10 coins.
You can adjust the coin value from €0.10 to €0.50.
The smallest possible bet is €0.10 x 1 coin x 1 payline = €0.10 per round.
The largest possible bet is €0.50 x 2 coins x 5 paylines = €5 per round.
Only a 10 coin bet has the possibility of getting your to Supermeter Mode.
Only a 10 coin bet has the possibility of triggering a progressive jackpot payout.
Basic Mode Symbols
- Treasure Chest
If you make a 10 coin bet in basic mode, there is a possibility of you getting to Supermeter mode.
If you win something on a 10 coin bet, you get to chose between collecting your win and continue to play in basic mode, or not collect your win and instead proceed to Supermeter mode.
In Supermeter mode you can bet 20 coins, 40 coins, 100 coins or 200 coins. You always play with all five paylines active in Supermeter mode. During Supermeter mode, all wins are stored in the SuperMeter.
Supermeter mode wins are paid according to the special Supermeter payout table. Certain symbols (grapes and oranges) are only available in Supermeter mode.
You can not change the coin value while you’re in Supermeter mode. You play with the coin value that you set for the base game that took you to Supermeter mode.
If you wager 100 coins and then get a Joker symbol on the third reel, you win a Mystery win. The mystery win can be anywhere from 100 coins to 2,000 coins.
If you wager 200 coins and then get one or more Joker symbols anywhere, you win a Mystery win. The mystery win can be anywhere from 100 coins to 2,000 coins.
The progressive Mega Joker jackpot is unique to each casino where Mega Joker is offered. At the time of writing, there is for instance a €26,432 Mega Joker progressive jackpot to be won in Paf Casino, while the Mega Joker progressive jackpot in CasinoEuro has just reached above €2,500.
Examples of large Mega Joker progressive jackpot payouts:
|2 December 2011||Unibet||€106,669|
|2 January 2012||Unibet||€105,546|
|30 June 2013||Mr Green||€90,770|
|10 July 2010||Betsson||€85,211|
|21 October 2012||Betsson||€84,254|
You only have a chance of winning the progressive Mega Joker jackpot on 10 coin bets. If you wager 9 coins or less, you can’t win the progressive jackpot.
The progressive jackpot is paid out randomly. It is not tied to any specific symbol combination.