Slot review breakdown
Agent Jane Blonde is one of the slot games that all respectable casinos must have in their offer, as it's a fan favorite among classic slot players. It doesn't feature good payouts or good bonus rounds, though.
|Name:||Agent Jane Blonde|
|Game Type:||Classic slot|
|Whats hot:||Whats not so hot:|
|Fans love this one||Doesn't pay too well|
|Decent theme / idea||Only one bonus game|
|Players who play classic slots love this one||Bonus game isn't triggered often|
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Agent Jane Blond is one of the most popular classic slots. It’s a relatively modern title, released in 2013 by Microgaming, but it struck the right chord with the players and it remains one of the most popular titles in any online casino. The game that is actually a skin of the engine that runs Thunderstruck and many other Microgaming slots features 11 symbols that depict various items from the life of a secret agent.
Agent Jane Blonde has a minimum bet of $0.01 per line, and it has 9 paylines but you can choose to play only one, making this one a penny slot and this is probably one of the main reasons for its popularity. Even the players on a minimal budget can enjoy this game to a full extent for only $0.09 per spin with all 9 paylines. Maximum bet per spin is $90.
The main thing about this game, same as with any classic slot, is the free spins game. You always get 15 free spins regardless of the number of Scatters you land – three, four or five. The free spins game has a 3x win multiplier applied to all wins. However, the winnings aren’t that good during the game, and you still need a lot of luck to land a significant win which will then make the 3x multiplier really count. This is definitely a high variance game. The free spins game doesn’t come around that often, you need many spins to land those Scatters, and when you do you’re probably looking at a win that’s maybe 40x or 60x your bet.
All eleven symbols in the game have artwork, so there are no annoying card symbols in this title. Every symbol has its own style. Pairs of symbols have the same payout, so there are basically five pairs. With so many symbols and only 9 paylines, wins are rare, which will have a great effect on the wins you can get both in the base game and especially during the free spins game. Agent Jane Blonde is a Wild, it doubles all wins it helps create, and it’s also the best-paying symbol in the game.
To conclude, Agent Jane Blonde is a difficult game to beat. While it’s easy to play because of the cheap minimum bet that allows even the budget players to play this one for many hours, the game will rarely give you enough of a reward during the free spins game to make your time playing it worthwhile. Theoretical return to player (RTP) is 96.10%, which still means that this is a quality game that isn’t out there to take your money, not too rapidly at least.
All things considered, Agent Jane Blonde is a must-have member of any casino’s portfolio.Click to collect: 200% up to €200 signup bonus