Jungle Madness Jackpot
Jungle Madness is a progressive slots jackpot that used to be available at online casinos that had games from Virtue Fusion. We tracked this jackpot starting from October 2010 and on average it paid £580,810 per win and was won every 2 years.
This jackpot is no longer available to be won.
Progressive jackpot history
As of October 2013, this jackpot has been merged by Virtue Fusion into a bigger combined jackpot with other games such as Hollywood Boulevarde, Mafia Millions, Celebrity Big Brother, and Mayan Mania. As such this game no longer has its own standalone jackpot and this data is preserved for historical record.
If taking a trip to the heart of the wild jungle is something that intrigues you, but you don't feel like going toe-to-toe with its many perils, then Jungle Madness may be just the kind of game you're looking for! This 5 slot, 20 pay line game with its stylish graphics and beautiful graphics will keep you playing for quite a long time.
You can bet in denominations as low as 10 pence and as high as 1 pound. In order to become king of the jungle and win the entire progressive jackpot, you must wager 1 pound and then come up with five tigers on an active pay line. If you feel like a less risky creature, you can wager less and become eligible for a smaller portion of the progressive prize. The jackpot, whose current value is shown at the top of the screen, starts off at a cool 10,000 pounds and grows bigger by the day. The tiger is also your friend in another way - he doubles as a wild symbol that can replace any other icon in the slot.
Jungle Madness features a very cool bonus game: If you have the jungle man appear on the first reel on an active pay line, you gain access to the feature game. Help the man in the jungle pick the three right vines to swing himself across the swamp. If you manage to pull this off, you win an amount equal to the denomination you put down times the number of lines going through the jungle man symbol on the first reel times a randomly generated value. One slipup, however, means the jungle man falls into the swamp and you fail to convert on a prized opportunity.