Looking at Funky Spin, Realistic Games' First Foray into Progressive JackpotsPublished July 27, 2019 by Arthur M
Funky Spin is the very first progressive jackpot slot from Realistic Games. This 60s-inspired slot uses traditional fruit symbols for a retro feel.
Get Down With Funky Spins
This is a 3-reel, 5-line slot that features traditional cherries, grapes and bell symbols. Flowers and strange psychedelic pipes sit behind the reels of the Funky Spin slot machine. When players load the game onto their desktop computers or mobiles, they will see an image of a slots cabinet against a brick wall in a bar.
The view then zooms in, and once stakes of between 0.25 and 50.00 per spin have been selected, players will be ready to spin the reels. A standard payout system is used, which returns prizes when they match identical symbols right across a line.
Spin The Bonus Wheels
When 3 or more game logo symbols land across a line, the special Funky Spin bonus round begins. Players get to spin a wheel, collecting win multipliers, or moving to a second wheel if the first stops on a jackpot section.
This second wheel only has 3 segments to it. Players who make it through to this round are guaranteed to win either the Bronze, Silver or Gold jackpots. The values of each jackpot are shown above the reels at all times, rising steadily as a small percentage of all bets made on the Funky Spin slot get put aside.
Groovy Gameplay With Rewarding Jackpots
Although there are no wild symbols or free spins features, the Funky Spin slot machine will be welcomed by fans of classic fruit machines. The game has an RTP of 95.80% and a medium volatility.
Comments From Realistic Games
Robert Lee, Commercial Director of Realistic Games, said: “We’re delighted to release Funky Spin as our very first progressive slot, and are confident it’s going to get everyone in the groove. The rapid-fire jackpot wins and different pot sizes on offer are perfect for today’s player and we feel it will really resonate with a wide spectrum of both operators and customers.”