Everybody's Jackpot Review
Played on a 3x3 grid with 8 paylines, Everybody’s Jackpot is an uncomplicated slot that anyone can play. The focus isn’t on stunning graphics and dynamic gameplay - it’s on the shared progressive jackpot.
Everybody’s Jackpot is developed by Playtech and uses a feature in which certain players can share 30% of the main jackpot. The slot is truly everybody’s jackpot.
The overall look and feel of the game seems straight from a gameshow - with clear inspirations from Who Wants to be a Millionaire. With a background of spotlights and different stages, Everybody’s Jackpot is definitely wanting you to feel like you are in your own game show.
They do this quite well - especially with the addition of annoying hosts. The male host has perfect blonde hair mixed with a bright smile that’ll make you want to punch him, whilst the female host is dressed like Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit. She is more tolerable, but the overall character design is quite creepy. The characters themselves look straight out of The Nightmare Before Christmas but without the charm.
Despite the mixed visuals, the audio blends well within the game show mood they are going for. The music is intense as you spin with timing sounds to make it feel like a dramatic moment. Thankfully, the music and sounds create a great atmosphere.
The focus on Everybody’s Jackpot is to spin and win the jackpot. Of course, there are some other features such as free games and wilds - but the main goal is the jackpot. So playing the game is as easy as ABC.
All the menu buttons are big and highlighted at the bottom. The spin button is covered by a huge red background to catch your attention. Next to it is the autospin button allowing up to 99 autospins. To the far right of the reels, there is a community jackpot section that highlights the current prize value so you can see it clearly.
With a low volatility level, Everybody’s Jackpot pays out more frequently but lower amounts. It’s good for people who want quicker returns. Despite this, the RTP is at a low 94.01%. Of course, this is disappointing but expected with a jackpot.
You have the option to win free spins and multipliers on certain paylines, but you cannot win 70% of the jackpot in free spins. Amazingly, you can share 30% of the jackpot during this round - so you have more ways to win.
If you want a luxury slot that gives you the chance to win a shared progressive jackpot, Everybody’s Jackpot is the one for you. The hosts and slot can seem overly cheesy at times, but fans of game shows will love this extra detail.
There are some extra features but the biggest draw is winning either 30% or 70% of the jackpot. If this sounds like you, check out Everybody’s Jackpot.