While this game does opt to re-utilise icons and gameplay found in other online slots from EGT, its specials are also nothing so ultimately special. It does contains a wild symbol, which is that of the female jester in all her attire. As a wild, it does stand in for all other symbols on the reels in order to form a winning combination. If it does this, then it will make the entire reel that it is on wild as well. Furthermore, this will then trigger a re-spin of the remaining reels. This is great in itself, as it means that you can spin multiple wins from a single spin.
One thing that this game manages to incorporate is a win-both-ways option. So, you’re able to form winning combinations of three or more icons from left to right and right to left. This probably makes up for the fact that there isn’t any kind of scatter symbol in the game. And with this in mind, there’s also no freespins round in it either.
A fairly regular feature of the EGT games can be found in it though, and that’s the gamble round. Whenever you form a win during the base game, you can see the ‘Gamble’ button flashing in the bottom right corner. Selecting this will allow you to play a special round of “guess the next playing card colour”. You simply need to select either red or black to turn over one of the face down playing cards. If the colour of it matches your selection, you’ll receive a double multiplier to your winnings. If it is the alternative colour, your winnings are lost.
Finally, another staple of EGT games is the set of progressive jackpots that are available within. Extra Joker contains four of these, with each one having a playing card suit as its representative. The bonus round that you need to play in order to win one of these is known as ‘Jackpot Cards’. This comes into play at random times during your gameplay. Presenting you with more face-down playing cards, you simply need to turn some over. Matching three of the same suit will pay out that corresponding jackpot amount.