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Jackpot Piñatas is one of the hottest RTG-powered progressive jackpot games. The game was released in November 2007. It features a whopping jackpot of $250,000. This Mexican-themed 5 reel, 20 payline video slots game is festive from beginning to end. Players can hit the massive progressive jackpot when 5 x Bull Piñatas symbols appear on the activated paylines. For players to qualify for the progressive jackpot prize a wager of $0.25 per payline is required – that's a total of $5 per spin. Unlike many other typical video slots games, players do not have the option to select the number of paylines they wish to play – it's 20 or nothing. If good fortune is on your side, it is possible to win up to 50,000 x your bet when the progressive jackpot hits.
Jackpot Piñatas sports many unique symbols and features that make it entertaining and rewarding to play. The Piñatas feature occurs when 3+ Scattered Dog Piñata symbols appear on the screen. Players simply need to select 2 of 3 Pinatas for their prize to be revealed. If you hit a rose symbol, the Piñatas bonus feature will be activated. At the conclusion of the Piñata feature, players can enjoy 5, 10, 15 and 25 free spins on top of other prizes that have been revealed.
There are scores of other Piñatas symbols in the game, including Donkey Piñatas and Bull Piñatas. The donkey is the wild symbol and it can substitute for the other symbols excluding the dog and the bull. If you're looking to get the progressive jackpot in this fiesta-rich spectacle, the bull is what you want. Land 5 of them on your screen and the massive progressive jackpot is yours to enjoy.
Jackpot Piñatas has recorded 2 wins are to date. The average win is $327,356 and the biggest win was $579,933. The smallest win in this game was $74,778 (hit on 30 March 2014).