Jackpot Party - Kronos online released today

rainmaker

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I got an email about this game today, so why not post the press release here as I know some of you are playing at Jackpot Party :)
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Introducing the Kronos™ Online Slot Game, Only at JackpotParty.com - World Premier Thursday 27th September 2012

London UK, 27 September 2012-The Sire of Zeus has been defending the treasures of the Gods since the dawn of time. Now he's ready to share them with you in the Kronos online slot only available at JackpotParty.com.

3 or more bonus symbols trigger the feature with up to 100 free spins. Best of all, both in the feature and in the base game play, any Kronos symbols pay right to left, in addition to standard left to right for more chances to line up high symbol wins on every spin!

So come try the first of the G+ Deluxe series to be brought online only at JackpotParty.com. A 5-reel slot that features large, highly detailed reel symbols and a clumped high symbol that gives you a greater chance at winning a higher award!

For a sneak peak at the Kronos game preview video, visit the popular Jackpot Party YouTube channel Link Removed (invalid URL).

And remember, when you play Kronos and all of our exciting games at Jackpot Party, you're in with a chance to trigger the Jackpot Party Progressive - the only progressive jackpot in the world that can be won on any game, with any stake and at any time - completely at random!

Take on the challenge and play the Kronos slot game today, available online exclusively at JackpotParty.com.
 

ChopleyIOM

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92.07% RTP on the base game. Jackpot Party really need to get their RTPs sorted out IMO.

They do have great slots, but those low RTPs really sting if you go on a dry spell with hitting the JPP.

Pretty much the reason I've stopped depositing and playing there, can't even be bothered with the 100% match this month.
 

Balthazar

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Damn, another land based slot that is available at JPP. Sucks that I can't play there.

As for the low RTP, I think the players should be able to "opt out" of the whole mandatory progressive participation. Why not make the feature as an optional side bet instead of "stealing" from the base game RTP to feed it?
 

wobble33

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had a lot of fun doing the sign up and the monthly, but i tell you these pay outs are pretty poor on the wizards slots. twice over i had bonus rounds 8 free spins and only x2 the bet. tried about 6 slots altogether and all payed poor in bonus rounds.
 

ChopleyIOM

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Damn, another land based slot that is available at JPP. Sucks that I can't play there.

As for the low RTP, I think the players should be able to "opt out" of the whole mandatory progressive participation. Why not make the feature as an optional side bet instead of "stealing" from the base game RTP to feed it?

I've given this feedback to Jackpot Party on numerous occasions, they even sent a specific survey out about the JPP a couple of months ago, and I made it absolutely crystal clear that I'd play there an awful lot more if they'd make the JPP voluntary, or just limit it to a small selection of slots.

A high variance game like Bruce Lee will absolutely destroy you on a dry spell at 92% RTP. Yes I appreciate any high variance slot can do that on a dry spell, but when NetEnt are pegging Dead or Alive at 96.8% RTP, whereas Jackpot Party are offering Bruce Lee at 92.05% RTP - the difference in suction over an extended period is quite dramatic.

It's all very well them stating 95% RTP comprised of 92% base games and 3% progressives, but if you go a while without seeing a JPP (and as a low-roller you might not see one for MONTHS) all you're left with is a sucky 92% RTP.

There's a realtime chat window built into Jackpot Party and all you'll see is people constantly complaining about how they haven't had a JPP for ages, or indeed have NEVER had a JPP, and how they're losing all their money on slot X, Y or Z. And I think to myself, 'playing high variance slots at 92% RTP, I'm not surprised!'

As I say though, I've largely stopped playing there now, I was at least sticking around for the monthly 100% match-up bonus but this month I've even binned that off, why bother when I can play NetEnt slots at Redbet kicking out 98% RTP?
 

conker

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I agree with several of your points Chopley, but I also think that if you give slots players a chance to voice their opinions then quite often it will be moaning about not winning. Whether it is the jackpot or getting the bonus round to trigger.

Weirdly I was on Jackpot Party last night and someone hit the top progressive. They won £45k, which is nothing like what you get on a MG or Playtech progressives, but still fairly decent.

I am in no way sticking up for Jackpot Party, but I am just saying that it does get hit from time to time.
 

Balthazar

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I've given this feedback to Jackpot Party on numerous occasions, they even sent a specific survey out about the JPP a couple of months ago, and I made it absolutely crystal clear that I'd play there an awful lot more if they'd make the JPP voluntary, or just limit it to a small selection of slots.

They didn't respond? I'm not sure what they are thinking. I'm guessing that the casual players don't know (nor care) about the RTP and giving them the chance to win a big jackpot "on every spin" sells better than having slots that pay adequately on the base game. The thing is, alienating the "bigger" players can't be good on the long run since they are every casino's bread and butter. One loyal slot player is worth two dozens of them "smaller" players that make hits-and-runs on the slots. I don't know why they are only targeting the latter.
 
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