3 Reviews of Jack and The Beanstalk Slot: Happy Slot to Play

3 Reviews of Jack and The Beanstalk Slot: Happy Slot to Play

We were amazed when we saw the trailer of the Jack and the Beanstalk slot for the first time. Hm, Disney and Pixar should start paying attention, because Netent’s animators are coming.

In the animation trailer, you can see how cool it is that dorky Jack, the hair just a bit too long, a bit silly facial expression, swaying legs and taking in the clouds.

Which is not surprising, because he is being chased by a two-headed giant, turned purple with anger. The giant is angry because Jack has stolen his hen-and-the-golden-eggs.

Jack ends up in the clouds, of course, because of his very fast growing beanstalk. Even though the intro movie suggests otherwise, we start the slot machine adventure with both feet on the ground.

It is nice that the elements from the daily life of the protagonist are reflected in the symbols of Jack and the Beanstalk. 

For example, there is a symbol ‘bucket’, a symbol ‘axe’ and many of the other symbols are made from pieces of beanstalk. 

Jack himself is also a symbol, and immediately worth the most. The two-headed purple giant is also not missing from the reels.

Jack and The Beanstalk Slot Review

1. How The Game Works?

The slot has five reels and 20 paylines and the minimum bet is $0.20 per spin.

The uniqueness of Jack and the Beanstalk are the so-called ‘walking wilds’. If you spin a joker, you get a new spin for free, in which the joker takes a step to the left.

This is repeated until the joker is out of the picture. In addition, the reels will automatically re-spin and the jokers will take a step to the left.

1. Multiple Walking Wilds

Multiple walking wilds may appear. It can also fall while you are spinning your other free walking wilds. Then you have even more jokers in the picture. Exciting!.

However, the prizes you can win in the regular role-playing game are nothing compared to the spectacular amounts you  can win qq in the  feature (the bonus game). 

The Jack and the Beanstalk feature consists of ten free spins. You get this as soon as three treasure chests appear on the reels.

During the ten free spins there are three special symbols extra on the reels: a bag with money, the stolen golden chicken or a harp. These symbols also count as wild cards. 

Moreover, the pouch is always placed on a roll two times above each other and the chicken three times. When the harp appears on a reel, it always unfolds over the entire reel (like the star in  Starburst ).

Just like the regular joker, these three symbols are walking wilds, which means one or more free spins where the symbol takes one step to the left each time.

2. The Three Extra Symbols

The three extra symbols do not immediately appear in the feature. On reel 5 there is also a key as an extra symbol. 

You must first have turned a key three times before the money bag can fall. The next 3 keys ‘unlock’ the chicken and if you get a key three more times, the harp can also fall.

All this in ten free spins. That seems tight, but in practice it is still possible to save six or even nine keys. In any case, it is nerve-racking and exciting

3. The 1000 Spins on Jack and The Beanstalk

We tried 1000 spins on Jack and the Beanstalk with a bet of $1.00 per spin. In total, we spent $000. 

In the beginning it was one big hosanna to Jack and the Beanstalk. We had not even spun 50 times before he had already seen the feature twice that earned $18.75 and $55.80 respectively.

After 500 spins, we were in the plus with $223.30. This was partly caused by a large profit in the free spins: $216.55. After that, the party was kind of over, except for a $68.35 bonus round.

In total, the feature fell ten times, which is quite reasonable. The prizes you get during the free spins can be very different. From a figurative jackpot to a sad trump card. However, that fits a bit with Jack.

The prizes that fall in the normal role play are a bit disappointing. Despite all the possible jokers that can fall, and a bet of $1 on the spin, there was never a single win higher than $15.

The walking wilds allow you to play for a long time with your money. In the end, we won $85.65 on Jack and the Beanstalk.


Jack and the Beanstalk slot is a happy slot, with lots of jokes. Just watch the twittering birds that fly around and what pranks they play. If things go wrong for a while, in terms of profit, then you look at that dorky jack-of-all-trades Jack, and you immediately cheer up again.

If you want to play with your money for a long time, Jack and the Beanstalk is a good choice, because of the many free spins that you get when you have a walking wild in your picture.

Source : Slot Server

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