Play'n GO Launches New Game 'Mystery Joker 6000'

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Internet casino game developer Play'n GO has announced that they've released their newest game 'Mystery Joker 6000', which is a classic style game that has been designed with mobile devices in mind.

The game is a 3 reel, 5 payline video slot that offers up a look and feel that will familiar to those who've ever seen a classic style slot at a land casino. The game does have a Joker symbol, which can set off free spins. A wheel of fortune style bonus is also included, which can pay out with wins of up to 6,000x the coin value.

Play'n GO CEO Johan Tornqvist spoke about the launch, noting: "The traditional fruit slot has been a mainstay of the casino space for decades with players loving its simplicity and regular payouts.

"We've decided to add the Play'n GO creative touch to the classic and reinvigorate the genre for today's player, and we're sure they'll enjoy Mystery Joker 6000's much-improved gameplay.

"The Super Meter mode will offer players constant choice between big wins or potentially even greater ones should they feel lucky, particularly as the Mystery Wheel will come into play when finding just two Jokers."

Mystery Joker 6000 is available for play now at casinos offering Play'n GO titles within their library.

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22 December 2017 - 10:23am

I'm enjoying some of these classic looking slots so I guess it would be a nice release from Play'n GO- hopefully. Nothing wrong adding a new features to the classic looking slots I think.