Play Jack The Ripper On Friday The 13th
Added: April 11, 2018
There are apocryphal stories about the origin of Friday the 13th as an unlucky day dating back to the middle ages. But it became synonymous with serial killing after the first slasher movie of the Friday the 13th franchise was released in 1980. Serial killing is not a modern day phenomenon. In 1888 London there were a series of murders. The killer was never caught and was given the name of Jack the Ripper. Realtime Gaming has developed an online pokie titled Jack the Ripper that is live at Australian online casinos like Joe Fortune and Ignition Casino. Get your chills this Friday the 13th by wagering on this gruesome online pokie.
The visual background to the reels are consists of a dingy London back alley and the background audio is decidedly eerie. The Wild logo etched in blood is the wild symbol and it also awards the highest line payouts. Jack the Ripper depicted in a coat and top hat is another high paying symbol. There have been several theories as to who was Jack the Ripper, and one of them places him as a member of the aristocracy. The other character symbols include a detective smoking a pipe and a woman. The Sherlock Holmes mysteries were written around that time and so the detective resembles the image of the master sleuth. The victims of the Ripper were mostly prostitutes and the female probably represents one of them. The final thematic symbol is the blood stain under a magnifying glass. The low paying symbols are the playing card icons.
The game logo is the scatter symbol. It awards payouts multiplied by the total bet and triggers five free spins. After each free spin, Jack may slash any symbol on screen with his knife and change it into a wild. Up to 15 symbols can be changed after every spin. The payouts are made only after the transformation. Jack the Ripper online pokie includes the Realtime Gaming trademark randomly triggered progressive jackpot and the Auto Play feature.
Jack the Ripper is a 5x3 online pokie with 25 selectable paylines. The coin size can be selected from AU$0.01 to AU$5.00. The maximum total bet per spin works out to AU$125, which is not common for Realtime Gaming online pokies. High roller players at the Australian online casinos will definitely be interested. The maximum line payout of 2000 coins indicates medium variance.