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Jurassic Park Remastered

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  • Software: MGS Foxium
  • Progressive Jackpot: no
  • Paylines: 243
  • Reels: 5

Jurassic Park Remastered Online Slot Review

One of those scenes in a movie that will never be forgotten is when the t-rex attacks the game-viewing vehicle in Jurassic Park. MGS managed to pull off a masterstroke that saw them land the licensing agreement to create a slot based on the 1994 smash hit, and what a piece of business that was. Now, years later, the studio has re-released one of their most successful online slot games with Jurassic Park Remastered, and why on earth not. The game has been bulked up with some serious free spin treats, while all the famous characters are still in place to make this one of those sure things that we won’t be able to resist. Let’s see what the remastered version has to offer.

Who is MGS? Better known as Microgaming, this is one of THE casino software studios in the online casino space. As you can guess, landing a license agreement with a Hollywood studio to develop a slot based on one of their hit movies most likely takes considerable budget. Having managed to pull off a Game of Thrones slot online is another feat that emphasises how much pull this iGaming studio has. Just as blockbusters get released in cinemas on a 25th anniversary, Microgaming decided to re-release their 2014 effort with some updated bonus features. Don’t expect anything different in look, although the graphics have been given some clearer effects so that the slot at least looks this side of 2020.

Like with the original, Jurassic Park Remastered has 243 paylines making themselves available across the five reels, while its volatility is of a medium variance. This means that wins are still easier to come by compared to online slots with a higher volatility. The most all players will be able to take home is 6,333x their bets, which is also the same as what you would have managed in the original. More aspects that remain unchanged is the wagering window, which starts at 30p per spin and maxes out at £15 per spin.

Feature Symbols

Most online casino players have probably played Jurassic Park, so by now; you’ll know what to expect from the look. However, why not let us remind you what symbols will be falling across the reels of this five reel spinner. The lower paying ones consist of a dilophosaurus, a triceratops, a brachiosaurus, a velociraptor and a t-rex. The values of symbols increase primarily with Dr Ian Malcom, John Hammond, Dr Ellie Sattler and Dr Alan Grant, with Dr Grant being the highest paying of the bunch.

There are still the 2 symbols that bring added value, being the wild and the scatter. The wild is the game logo and will act as any regular icon needed to create a winning payline. The scatter triggers bonus play and is the mosquito covered in tree sap.

Bonuses and Jackpots

Landing 3 or more scatters on the reels will trigger a free spins feature. You are awarded 12 free spins; however, the spins come in different games. You awarded a free spins game at random, which are as follows:

  • T-Rex Free Spins: The T-rex symbol can fall stacked on 1 – 5 reels, turning them wild
  • Velociraptor Free Spins: Velociraptor symbol falls stacked. Wilds can also split in 2 to create 6 of a kind wins, while wilds also have 4x, 5x and 6x multipliers.
  • Brachiosaurus Free Spins: Brachiosaurus symbol lands stacked, while wins receive a 2x – 6x multiplier.
  • Triceratops Free Spins: Triceratops lands stacked, and a wild is always included in the stacked reel, which remains in place if a spin is not a win.
  • Dilophosaurus Free Spins: Dilophosaurus lands stacked, while the dinosaur can also turn random symbols wild that can also remain in place.

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There isn’t really too much that differs from Jurassic Park Remastered to the original, in all honesty. It all plays out in very much the same way. We should let players know that you can all play a variety of online slot titles here, including this one and its predecessor. So why not give it a bash first in demo mode and see just what the new edition is capable of.