Tesla Jolt is an invention-oriented video slot that games developer Nolimit City released on March 29, 2018. Hot Nudge (Nolimit City; July 2018) is relatable. Themes: innovation, wire crafting, electric power system, electrical engineering, and engineering physics. Tesla Jolt’s rival games include Nikola Tesla’s Incredible Machine (September 2019) from Rabcat, Tesla (February 2013) from Relax Gaming, and Tesla (July 2015) from GameArt.
Tesla Jolt is a slot game adaptation—and partially named after the second name—of American engineer Nikola Tesla who is especially renowned for inventing the alternating electric current. Ten symbols (blue “wild” antennae, AC induction motor, switch, bulb, power plug, A, K, Q, J, and 10) require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Tesla Jolt Game Characteristics
Tesla Jolt has an unpartitioned 5X3 grid that is set on a blackboard showing indistinct engineering mathematics; 20 fixed paylines, fourteen symbols, 15 total bets, two wilds, two substitutes, four special features that include a symbol-transforming feature, collectible wilds, three batches of free games, extra free games, fixed odds, and regularly pays from X5 to X750.
Tesla Jolt has five special symbols and nine ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the first substitute is a copper brown-and-blue “wild” antenna; the second substitute is a copper brown-and-purple “wild” antenna; the wild-charging feature, which also offers the extra spins, is a vintage interval timer with purple electricity sparks; the symbol-upgrading feature is a spiked metal ball; and the free spins-offering symbol is a framed caricature of a gesturing scientist Nikola Tesla dressed in white and black.
Ordinary symbols: a vintage AC induction motor; a simple vintage electric switch; a vintage light bulb; AC power plug; and wood-embedded “A” copper wire craft; “K” copper wire craft, “Q” copper wire craft, “J” copper wire craft, and “10” copper wire craft.
Tesla Jolt’s bet sizes: $0.20 (lowest), $0.40, $0.60, $0.80, $1.00, $2.00, $4.00, $6.00, $8.00, $10.00, $20.00, $40.00, $60.00, $80.00, and $100.00 (highest).
These are the Tesla Jolt payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations. The blue “wild” antenna, or the induction motor pays X25, X160, and X750. The switch pays X20, X140, and X500. The bulb pays X15, X120, and X300. The power plug pays X10, X100, and X200. A pays X7, X90, and X150. K pays X7, X80, and X125. Q pays X5, X70, and X100. J pays X5, X60, and X90. And 10 pays X5, X50, and X80.
The blue-faced “wild” antenna is associated with the regular game, while the purple-faced “wild” antenna appears during free spins. Jolts emitted by the spiked metal ball not only transforms itself into a wild but also upgrades ordinary symbols to wilds.
Three scientist Nikola Tesla images offer ten free spins. Four scientist Nikola Tesla images offer fifteen free spins. Five scientist Nikola Tesla images offer twenty free spins. The “game rules” mentions $100,000.00 non-progressive jackpot contrary to the developer’s webpage that claims its simulated maximum payout is X582—which ($100X582) is $58,200.00.
Tesla Jolt’s good software features include: fast mode, on/off left-hand mode, and 10/25/50/100/250/1000 customizable autospins. The ambient music loop is interspersed with crackling electricity. Nikola Tesla’s vintage laboratory and simple electrical wiring in the background aside; the animated 3D graphics include electricity sparks, glitter effect, glowing symbols, dolly zoom, and electromagnetism.
Luck in Tesla Jolt
Tesla Jolt’s RTP rate is 96.16% and the house edge is 3.84%. It is a game of chance whose volatility index is 4/10. Its hit frequency is 33.33%.