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Timber Jack

Timber Jack, released in June 2004, is a logging-themed video slot from 2 BY 2 Gaming in conjunction with BBI Interactive. Rival games include Lumberjack Cash from Mutuel Play, Dam Lumberjack Beavers from IGT, and Lumberjack Pots from Intouch Games. Also called a lumberjack, a “timberjack” is an outdated term that especially refers to a North American man who works in the logging sector.

The Timber Jack symbols require three, four, or five combinations.

Timber Jack Game Characteristics
Timber Jack characteristics: 5X3 grid, 30 fixed pay lines, up to 20 chips per line, eleven symbols, three multipliers offering up to X8, and up to 15 free games. The payouts are between X5 and X30000. The two special symbols: the blue-and-orange “Timber Jack” brand logo with a shadowy canopy in the background; a “free spins” brushcutter blade; and a Wild beaver.

The nine ordinary symbols: a smirking lumberjack carrying logs; a log cabin; a chainsaw; a piece of log beside an axe; a red A; a blue K; an orange Q; a green J; a dry maple leaf.

The five chip sizes: $0.01, $0.02, $0.05, $0.10, and $0.20. Timber Jack has these 100 possible bets only. One chip per line: $0.30 (the minimum bet), $0.60, $1.50, $3.00, and $6.00. Two chips per line: $0.60, $1.20, $3.00, $6.00, and $12.00. Three chips per line: $0.90, $1.80, $4.50, $9.00, and $18.00. Four chips per line: $1.20, $2.40, $6.00, $9.00, $12.00, and $24.00.

Five chips per line: $1.50, $3.00, $7.50, $15.00, and $30.00. Six chips per line: $1.80, $3.60, $9.00, $18.00, and $36.00. Seven chips per line: $2.10, $4.20, $10.50, $21.00, and $42.00. Eight chips per line: $2.40, $4.80, $12.00, $24.00, and $48.00. Nine chips per line: $2.70, $5.40, $13.50, $27.00, $54.00. Ten chips per line: $3.00, $6.00, $15.00, $30.00, and $60.00.

Eleven chips per line: $3.30, $6.60, $16.50, $33.00, and $66.00. Twelve chips per line: $3.60, $7.20, $18.00, $36.00, and $72.00. Thirteen chips per line: $3.90, $7.80, $19.50, $39.00, and $78.00. Fourteen chips per line: $4.20, $8.40, $21.00, $42.00, and $84.00. Fifteen chips per line: $4.50, $9.00, $22.50, $45.00, and $90.00.

Sixteen chips per line: $4.80, $9.60, $24.00, $48.00, and $96.00. Seventeen chips per line: $5.10, $10.20, $25.50, $51.00, and $102.00. Eighteen chips per line: $5.40, $10.80, $27.00, 54.00, $48.00, and $108.00. Nineteen chips per line: $5.70, $11.40, $28.50, $57.00, and $114.00. Twenty chips per line: $6.00, $12.00, $30.00, $60.00, and $120.00.

The Timber Jack payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations. The “Timber Jack” logo without Wild pays X50, X100, and X30000. The “Timber Jack” with Wild pays X50, X100, and X500. The lumberjack pays X40, X75, and X250. The log cabin pays X30, X60, and X150. The chainsaw pays X25, X50, and X100. The axe and piece of log pays X20, X40, and X75. A pays X15, X30, and X60. K pays X10, X25, and X50. Q pays X10, X20, and X40. J pays X5, X15, and X30. The maple leaf pays X5, X10, and X25.

Three, four, and five “free spins” offer five, ten, and 15 free games, respectively. One X2, two X2, and three X2 offer X2, X4, and X8 win multipliers, respectively.

The Timber Jack software is good, with a well-displayed interface. A player easily associates the sounds with the logging operations, including the chainsaw noise and the beaver noisily nibbling the wood. The animated 3D graphics are entertaining, particularly the greedy beaver eating wood, the log cabin being constructed in a flash, and the fumes from the jerking chainsaw.

Luck in Timber Jack
Timber Jack is a game of chance whose RTP rate is 94.00% and house edge is 6.00%.

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