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Despite its classic theme, this is still a video slot in function. The game is set on five reels and three rows, and there are 243 ways to play. To set your total stake, you need to choose a coin value. The value will be multiplied by 25 to generate your total stake. Coin values range from €0.01 to €2.00. The minimum wager per spin is thus €0.25, and the maximum wager per spin is €50.
These betting limits will be appreciated by beginners or any gambling enthusiast sticking to a budget. Players can also rely on a handful of customization options to suit their needs. Autoplay is available for 25 to 100 spins. There are win and loss limits, but double check the win limit – the game defaults to the lowest win limit possible for Autoplay. Turbospin, game history, and sound controls are also included.
The symbols in this game capture every color of the rainbow in bright neon lights. The low end of payouts begins with 9, 10, J, Q, K, and A. The fruit symbols bring a little more value, with cherries and blueberries offering a 250x payout for five on a line. Bells pay 400x for five, BARs pay 500x, and 7s pay 1,000x when you land five on a payline.
All wins in this game are multiplied by your coin value. Though there are 243 ways to win, you need to land three or more symbols on adjacent reels for a prize, starting from the left. The final symbol is the wild, which is outlined in Broadway-style lights. The wild only appears on the second, third, fourth, and fifth reels. It can substitute for any other symbols in the game but does not offer a direct payout on its own. You’ll even be treated to more dramatic disco music and a coin fountain when you win with a wild.
Although there’s no multipliers or Neon Classic free spins, there is one additional feature to add some excitement to the game. This is the Neon United Reels Feature. With every spin you make, two adjacent reels will land with matching symbols. You’ll see where they’ll be before the spin is complete, as a bright blue column lights up the randomly selected reels. It’s not just two reels that can be united though – all of them can be.
Although double reels are most common, you can also land triple, quadruple, or quintuple matches. Tripes appear in gold, quadruples appear in red. We weren’t lucky enough to land a quintuple reel, so you’ll have to see for yourself what neon color appears. You can tell as soon as you spin if you’ll land three identical reels starting with the leftmost reel. This boosts the anticipation since you’re guaranteed to have wins. The united reels also make it easier to win the game’s top prize of 1,000x.
The Neon Classic RTP (Return To Player) is set to 95%. This is precisely the average for video slots, so it’s unlikely that players will be swayed or deterred from trying the game on this factor alone. This Platipus video slot comes with medium volatility, meaning the prizes are not that far in between but they aren't too big either.