There’s a magical place and you all know it’s here. It’s one in a million, it’s called…Adventure Palace. If you thought it was Toys ‘R Us then you’re showing your age (but kudos). If not, the point still stands, Adventure Palace is a wonderful place. With more animals than Jungle Spirit: Call of the Wild, this slot is an old school slots adventure which brings animals and adventure into one place.
Pros & Cons
- Classic slot.
- Tripled wins on Free Spins.
- Original jungle theme.
- Graphics betray its age.
- Similar to other older Microgaming slots.
- Busy screen.
When Microgaming created its slots back in the day, they shared a familiar look and feel. So if you’re wondering why Adventure Palace seems so similar then it’s likely you’ve played other slots such as Break Da Bank Again, which are also of that era. Big, blocky and in-your-face with angular designed symbols, this slot can probably be now viewed as a classic retro slot. As such, expect to see a crammed screen, with the main buttons appearing at the bottom of the screen. The spin and auto play options are clearly signposted on the right, with betting options just a click away on the left. In true old Microgaming fashion, you can see the paylines numbers on the left of the reelcase, yet again adding more colour to your slots play!
During your foray into the jungle on the Adventure Palace slot, expect to see some unique animal depictions. These include Monkeys, Tigers, Snakes, Peacocks, Birds and the stampeding Elephant, which also acts as the Wild. It also gives you the slot’s jackpot if you land five of them lined up, so that’s something to trumpet about. The card values Jack, Queen, King and Ace act as the low payers, each designed with jungle foliage creeping around them. If you think you can escape the jungle theme on this slot then think again. Also, why would you want to?
As one of Microgaming’s original online slots, Adventure Palace was amazing during its launch period. In today’s day and age, it may be starting to show its age, but its few bonus features still hold their own.