Pirate Plunder Jackpot
Pirate Plunder 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 £162,127 per win and was won every 1 year.
This jackpot is no longer available to be won.
Progressive jackpot history
Virtue Fusion combined several of its jackpots into one larger jackpot in early May, 2013. The combined jackpots were Cleopatra's Chest, Lucky Ladies 88, Pet Luck, Pirate Plunder, and Snow Queen's Magic. As such the jackpot data for this individual game is no longer relevant and is preserved here for historical purposes.
Arrrr, matey! This fun, colorful slot puts you in the shoes of Blackbeard, Captain Jack Sparrow and other fun characters. Pirate Plunder gives you the chance to sail the high seas, swashbuckling your way through enemy pirates while on the search for that elusive island treasure!
This is a five reel, 15 pay line progressive slot with pirate-themed icons such as the skull and crossbones, the ghost ship, the beautiful maiden and the treasure map. There are seven possible bet denominations ranging from 10 pence to 1 pound. To get your hook on the full jackpot, you must bet the maximum 1 pound and get three treasure chests to line up on an active pay line. Should you feel like more like a deckhand instead of a captain, you can bet less and try to win a smaller percentage of the jackpot shown at the top of the screen. Like the other Virgin casinos, the jackpot will reset to 10,000 pounds every time it is won. With a solid bet denomination and starting value, the jackpot is always a treasure worth searching the high seas for.
In spite of the theme that, on the surface, should be very appealing, one can't help but be a little bit disappointed by this slot game. When it comes to Virgin slot games, we've come to expect more than just solid graphics and a good jackpot. Most good Virgin games give offer other fun features such as unique bonus games and free spins features, something that Pirate Plunder lacks sorely.