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Jungle Jim and the Lost Sphinx

Stormcraft Studios who create and develop game content exclusively for Isle of Man casino software giant Microgaming, have released the latest slot game in the Jungle Jim series, with Jungle Jim and the Lost Sphinx.

The sequel to Jungle Jim El Dorado and first showcased back at the iGB Affiliate Conference held in Amsterdam in July earlier this year, Jungle Jim and the Lost Sphix is a a five by four reel 35 payline slot. However, this increases to a five by five reel slot game with 50 paylines in play during key stages of the game.

Featuring Rolling Reels and Microgaming’s Win Booster mechanics, Lost Sphinx also features a multiplier trail that increases when players are in the slot game’s free spins round. The multiplier trail can increase up to 20x your bet stake when in play.

Director of Global Operations at Microgaming, James Buchanan, speaking about the release of Jungle Jim and the Lost Sphinx, comments: “We are so excited for the return of this iconic character in Jungle Jim and the Lost Sphinx.”

“Jungle Jim is ready to dig up incredible rewards with win potential of up to 6,250x. The combination of innovative game mechanics and a graphically rich visual experience makes this latest instalment of Jungle Jim a game not to miss!”

On behalf of Stormcraft Studios, Terence Igesund, the game developer’s Executive Producer, said: “Jungle Jim is back and ready for his next big adventure! The team at Stormcraft are very excited to launch this long-anticipated sequel, Jungle Jim and the Lost Sphinx.”

“With decades of industry experience behind us, we set out to create a beautifully crafted and highly engaging gaming experience, loaded with innovative features and great win potential. The intriguing storyline supported by Jim’s entertaining antics should ensure that this game becomes a fan favourite!”

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Simon Wright

Simon has been working within the iGaming Industry for some 20 years now. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for

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