Endorphina releases New Mobile Slots Game, In Jazz

New Mobile Slots Game In JazzThe endorphins are pumping at Endorphina, where their expert team of 3D mobile slots designers are churning out new games quicker than ever. Last week, the Prague-based software group put out a new mobile slots game, In Jazz, just in time to celebrate International Jazz Day on Sunday, April 30, 2017.

The In Jazz Slot takes players back to a time to Chicago in the 1930s, when night clubs small, smoky bars graced by the on-stage presence of a tall, voluptuous blonde in a long sequence gown. A group of fast-plucking jazz musicians set the tone, creating an atmosphere unlike anything we might experience today.

While most of us can appreciate the game’s motif and brilliant graphics – always a highlight with Endorphina – what does this new mobile slots game bring to the table in terms of features and profitability? See our complete In Jazz Slot below to find out.

In Jazz Slot Review

New Mobile Slots Game In Jazz Slot SymbolsIn Jazz is a 5 reel game with 25 fixed paylines. Bets range from 1 to 10 coins per line, for a total bet of $0.25 to $2.50 per spin. The graphics are clear and fit the motif. If you like jazz, you’ll enjoy the soothing soundtrack, kicked it up a notch every time a winning combination appears.

Standard symbols include the voluptuous singer, cellist, saxophonist, french horn, cello and numeric card values of 10-A, each uniquely designed to mimic a musical instrument.

The musical note is the Wild, and takes the place of all other symbols (except Scatters) to help line up winning combos. Lining up 5 wilds on a line pays a hefty 10,000x.

The In Jazz logo is the Scatter, and it’s something you’ll want to see a lot of. It delivers Scatter Pays of 500x, 5000x or 50000x for 3, 4 or 5. It also triggers the new mobile slots game’s best feature when 3+ appear anywhere on the reels – 10 Free Spins.

New Mobile Slots Game In Jazz Slot FeatureThe frees spins come with the Jazz Band Joker Feature. All three of the main characters – the singer, saxophonist and cellist – appear stacked on the reels during free spins, and they are all equipped with a special function. The cellist acts as a Wild, while the sax player carries a 2x Multiplier, and the singer a 3x Multiplier.

Risk Featuring with a Sneak Peek

In Jazz Slot also features a Take Risk (aka Gamble) feature. Any time a player wins any amount in the base game, they can press “Take Win” to collect the winnings, or press “Take Risk” to wager their winnings on a hi-low card game.

New Mobile Slots Game In Jazz Slot RiskIf played, the dealer shows one card face up. The player chooses one of four face-down cards. If the player’s card beats (is higher than) the dealer’s, the player’s winnings are doubled and the feature ends. If the dealer’s card is higher, the winning are lost, and the gamble is over. In case of a tie, it’s a draw and new cards are dealt for the Risk game.

Note that player’s can back out of the Take Risk before selecting a card, without losing their winnings. For this reason, players should always press Take Risk after a win to see what the dealer’s card is. If it’s a 2, always play it. If it’s a higher card, you can still press the Take Win option to cancel the gamble feature. That’s a nice touch!


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