Bounty of the Beanstalk
When Jack got to the top of his beanstalk, he found a rather unhappy giant waiting for him, but fortunately, you're bound to have much better luck. In fact, if you can make it to the top of our Bounty of the Beanstalk Bitcoin slot game, you'll take home a progressive jackpot worth at least £100,000.
Bounty of the Beanstalk Game Info
- Bet from as little at £0.01
- Progressive jackpot game with a £100,000+ prize
- Free spins, scatters and wilds
- Software Provider: Playtech
How to Play Bounty of the Beanstalk
Each bet you make could take you a step closer to the top of our beanstalk, but there's a price to pay if you want to keep moving. Luckily for you, this 50-line jackpot slot is as affordable as it is lucrative thanks to a minimum coin size of £0.01.
Now, because the number of winlines is fixed at 50, your smallest stake will be £0.50 per spin. However, with a progressive jackpot worth upwards of £100,000 on offer, £0.50 is a small price to pay to climb the cash beanstalk.
Climb the Beanstalk for some Serious Prize Money
When it comes to graphics and fixed payouts, Bounty of the Beanstalk ticks all the right boxes. However, the reason you'll really want to set the five reels in motion is the progressive jackpot on offer inside this Bitcoin slot. After rolling in the "bonus" symbol on reels 1, 3, and 5, Jack will climb the beanstalk and enter the giant's castle.
Once you've made it inside, your job is to steal the giant's mystery treasure without getting caught. The closer to the giant the treasure you grab is, the more lucrative the prize - but be careful because once you're caught, the jackpot game is over.
However, if you can make it through the game and find three golden treasures (money bag, goose and harp), you'll take home the Bounty of the Beanstalk progressive jackpot worth £100,000+. Sure, a trip to the top of the beanstalk is a bit of a risk, but when there's so much money waiting for you up there, it's a risk worth taking.
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