Genie Jackpots Slot Machine Packed with features, both triggered by bonus symbols and randomly One of the most popular bonus games; Magic Carpet, can …
The Genie Jackpots slot machine by Blueprint Gaming is a highly enjoyable £500 jackpot bookies slot, and a multi-stake high jackpot online slot machine available at Coral and other online casinos. The theme of Genie Jackpots uses an ancient genie in a lamp who occasionally springs to life and grants you a wish in the form of a bonus selector. The game is very similar to the Centurion slot machine, as well as Wish Upon a Jackpot, although the latter plays almost identical aside from a few different style features.
The Genie Jackpots slot machine is available to play on the fixed odds betting terminals (FOBT’s) with a £500 jackpot and a choice of four stakes, plus the high-roller style game with a further five stake options, however the jackpot value remains the same. The online Genie Jackpots slot machine has vastly more stake choices, as well as huge jackpots and a progressive jackpot which frequently offers the chance to win over £1,000,000.
The online version of the Genie Jackpots slot machine is where the mega money is. Not only are several of the random features enhanced, there is also the chance to win one of the Coral Casino progressive jackpots. Coral offers the chance to win one of five progressive jackpots, the lowest often around £50, with the highest around the £1,000,000 area. The regular game play of Genie Jackpots slot machine online allows you to choose stakes starting at 20p, and rising all the way up to a hefty £100 for a single spin. The value of the prizes changes according to your stake, so an average win or feature when playing at £5 per game could result in a very large prize.
There are several features awarded via the reels, which are awarded when two bonus symbols appear on reels one and three, with reel five deciding what that bonus feature will be. The largest valued bonus games actually come from the random Genie bonus which is triggered during the any spin. Should the Genie appear and grant a wish, you may select one of three magical lamps. All three contain a bonus of some kind, but every now and then the bonuses can be huge. The largest valued mystery bonuses are 9 Genie Wilds with a respin, 9 Genie Wilds with all wins paying double, or just 9 Genie Wilds. There are also mystery wins and reel based bonuses. As well as the increased winning potential, the Genie Jackpots slot machine online also has a higher return to player (RTP) than the bookies version of the same game.
Popular amongst many slot machine players, the £500 version of the Genie Jackpots slot machine is available to play in William Hill and Betfred bookies, as well as many adult arcades and several bingo halls. The arcade and bingo hall versions offer the same stake choice; 25p, 50p, £1 and £2. The bookies version also allows you to bet up to £50 per spin in addition to the four regular stake options.
The game play is very similar to the online version, however there is no progressive jackpot nor is there the mystery feature awards of 9 Genie Wilds, there is however an additional gamble option which is a great way to push the game for the jackpot.
The gamble option is entirely random and offers a choice of x2, x4, x5 and x10 up to the maximum win of £500. If you take a look at my YouTube channel you can see this gamble in action, as well as the £50 Fortune Spins to give you an idea of how the game plays on larger stakes.
The Genie Jackpots slot used to be one of my favourites, and I still enjoy the odd flutter but not as much as I used to. My chosen stake for this gambling session was the maximum of £50 spins. For this stake you get a slight increase in the RTP, as well as a bonus wheel rather than the basic slot reels. All wins are multiplied by x5 at the end of each round, so although the potential with the bonus games is large, the cost of the spins is also very high.
I recorded this game play in an independent bookies rather than the usual William Hill or Betfred that I may visit. My playing session starting balance was £300. With the £50 Fortune Spins selected, I span the first game. The giant wheel dominates both the top and bottom screens and rotates through all of the potential prizes. The wheel is divided into areas of Fortune Spins and bonus features. The lowest amount of Fortune Spins is two, the highest is ten. Between them are all the bonus features on offer that you would recognise from the standard Genie Jackpots slot, additionally there is Big Money.
Surprisingly my first spin landed on the Magic Carpet bonus! This is one of the most fun, and also often has the greatest potential, you simply select Lamps to progress higher up into the clouds. Although it was my first game, the monkey didn’t climb too high and stopped at £20. This was then multiplied by x5 (£100) and the next game can begin.
When you hit a bonus on the main wheel during the Genie Jackpot Fortune Spins, the game ends at the end of the bonus. If you spin in a set number of Fortune Spins, it is possible to trigger a bonus and continue with the remaining spins to potentially win more.
My next spins landed on six Fortune Spins, the Mystery Win bonus was triggered on the second spin, so I still had four spins remaining after the bonus round. Like the Wishing Well bonus on Rainbow Riches Pots of GoldMega Spins, the Mystery Win bonus can also pay more on the Fortune Spins than on the regular game; up to £47. This time it paid one of its lowest values; £11. Combined with a few reel wins, that game total was £60.
I played down to my last £50 before another big win was hit, I then had a succession of medium to large wins including one £500 jackpot. At the end of the Genie Jackpots gaming session I collected close to £700. Clearly a good result, but a slot on those stakes you have to be careful.