In its symbol set, the Super Jackpot Party slot is composed of a nice mix of themed icons and classic slot machine favorites. The low-paying symbols are party accoutrements such as punch bowls about to be victimized by a party foul; plastic cups filled with something definitely not beer and probably not sangria (Remember that stuff about PG ratings? You see what we mean.); balloons (wheeee!); and New Year’s Eve-like party horns.
More interestingly, this slot’s also got lucky 7s! In Super Jackpot Party, these are flavored green, purple and multi-colored, the last serving as the “Jackpot” 7. The 7s may be mixed-and-matched on active paylines to form winning combinations.
Finally, the highest-paying symbol is the Super Jackpot Party game logo; this bad boy can pay out a whopping 5,000x the payline bet (so up to $25,000) when five hit on an active payline. Excellent.
In Super Jackpot Party, the disco ball is the wild, substituting for other symbols to form winning combinations.
All well and good, but check out the real draw to this slot: Super Jackpot Party includes two bonus symbols, both helpfully labelled PARTY! (Love it or hate it, you gotta admit WMS Gaming is quite adamant about partying in this slots game.) One PARTY symbol features the proverbial party guy and launches a high-paying “pick ‘em” video bonus round; the other features that good ol’ party horn again and launches the free spins bonus round.
Note the gutsy inclusion of an actual party horn sound effect in the Super Jackpot Party slots game. After all, online casino operators out there would surely prefer players to *continue* playing, rather than chasing them away with those annoying squawkers.
The music, easily. During game play, the dance music backbeat stays interesting and wins are awarded with further layers to the soundtrack, keeping the beat going. Best of all, however, are the songs that play during the bonus rounds, namely Gloria Estefan’s “Turn the Beat Around” and Kool & The Gang’s “Celebration.” And these ain’t covers or muzak versions, but honest-to-Lennon original recordings, licensed by WMS. Groovy, baby!