Open up Robo Jack from Microgaming and the first thing you are sure to notice is the music. You may be wondering if it remains catchy or is just so at the start. We're happy to report that it remains catchy. Aside from this fun bit, the other elements of the presentation are also good (but far from great). The gameplay is lacking, however, as it only has one true bonus feature in addition to 243 win ways.
The presentation here is solid all in all. The best element is the ever so catchy music, but it has to be said that the graphics and effects are solid as well. The characters look like something from the old console games of the 1990s.
There are three features on hand in Robo Jack to keep you entertained and playing for quite a bit of time: The first of these is the ever-popular 243 win ways feature. Next up is the wild icon, which is represented by the logo of the game and replaces all-non scatters. Note that it does not act as a multiplier when forming part of a winning payline. The most involved feature, however, is the third one: the free spins bonus. Have at least three scatters come up to enter a pick-em bonus where you pick from five robots to determine what kind of bonus you will have during the free go-arounds. These prizes range from multipliers to more spins to expanded wilds to random wilds.
Playing Robo Jack is surely easier than piloting one of these robots. All you need to do here is set your ante wager before pushing the "spin" button to get the action started. You do not even need to set the number of paylines as the game features the 243 win ways feature.