The Jumpman Slots Network universe continues to expand with another new addition. Jupiter Slots is the latest to join the stable which includes Slots Hangout, Aladdin Slots, Slots Gold and many more. Jupiter adopts a space theme for it’s brand and visitors are welcomed with a Mars style landscape that’s bathed in red. Planetary bodies and even a flying saucer add themselves to the scene.
New players are offered a spin of the Mega Reel when they make their first deposit (and also on subsequent deposits of £20 or more). By spinning the wheel you have the chance to win up to 500 spins on slots such as Starburst. You also have the chance to win Amazon Vouchers and it’s possible to walk away with nothing. If you win spins then any wins generated are paid out as a bonus and wagering terms of x65 will apply. See Jupiter Slots terms and conditions for all the details.
Over 300 Jupiter Slots
The selection of slots on offer at Jupiter is good. Top games include Starburst, Warlords, Temple Of Isis, Mad Mad Monkey, Thunderstruck II, Stampede, Gonzo’s Quest, Spanish Eyes, Fluffy Mega Jackpots and Immortal Romance. There are over 300 slots and games currently available with titles from the likes of Pariplay, Eyecon and Net Entertainment.
Access to the site is by mobile, desktop and tablet. No app is needed! Depositing is via the usual channels plus Paypal, Paysafecard and even pay by mobile. Promotions are the standard network offering and these currently include 31 Days of Cashback for new players the chance to win spins every Wednesday with Happy Hour and a VIP club.
The loyalty element of Jupiter Slots comes in the form of Trophies. You earn different trophies the more you play, and this helps you rise through various levels and also accumualate extra spins of the Mega Reel. Jupiter Slots is operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited which is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
We like the theme of this latest Jumpman powered site and inside we know there’s a good selection of slots. The limited promotions are a frustration and the network’s decision to pull the Spinathon and not replace it is disappointing. A few more table games and possibly even a live casino would make this site more attractive, but for slots it’s quite possibly out of this world (we just wanted to use this cliche).