Red Hot Rockets is live!

Another week and we’ve release yet another new slot on our F# slots engine onto JackpotJoy Slots! This time around it’s in anticipation to the upcoming independence day!

Sorry, no aliens in this slot Sad smile but we do have some…

Red Hot Rockets

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Red Hot Rockets is a 25-line slot, themed around independence day, and as part of the celebration we’re also running a special community-driven promotion. Every spin in JackpotJoy Slots is counted towards each of 7 community targets, when a target is reached a new promotion (double coins, double gifts, etc.) will be made available to every player in the game!

After 18 hours or so, there are already over 134 million spins!

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Red Hot Rockets has two bonus game features, a pick bonus and a free spins feature. The pick bonus is triggered when the player lands 3 or more Bonus symbols anywhere on the reels and fireworks will follow!

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When the free spins mode is triggered the player is given three choices with varying number of free spins and multiplier value. The multiplier for the free spins mode is apply to any wins the player gets in the free spins feature, including pick bonuses!

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Did I mention the sound effects in Red Hot Rockets is really cool? Don’t believe me? Well, do check it out for yourself then!

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