Wowpot is a retro pokie from Microgaming, but one that differs from the normal. Although the styling is very much in line with their 3 reel, single payline pokies, and although there are actually 3 reel and single payline versions, this particular Wowpot has 5 reels and 15 paylines. If you want to play Wowpot yourself then signup to Spin Palace and take your chances.
Wowpot is a progressive pokie with a basic layout. It’s very bright and colorful, and the symbols used are all in line with the fruit machine style, including oranges, cherries and lemons. There isn’t a great number of symbols, which means wins are more common, but it also means that those wins are capped. The most you can get from the standard symbols is 400x your line bet, although the wild returns much more than this. In fact, if you get 5 wild symbols on a single payline then you can trigger as much as 5,000x.
As a progressive jackpot pokie, you should only be taking a chance with Wowpot if you qualify for the jackpot. You need $1,50 to do this. It is possible to play for a lot less, but you’d be missing out. Especially when you consider that progressives like this often have lower RTPs to account for the jackpot on offer.
Wowpot has a scatter symbol, but this doesn’t trigger any sort of bonus feature. The progressive is also not in the millions or even the hundreds of thousands, but by our reckoning it increases by around $500 to $1,000 each day, and is often landed when it is less than $40,000.
If you want simplicity with regular wins and a big progressive jackpot, then you can’t go much wrong with Wowpot.