Who said disco is dead? Let’s dance the night away with Neon Lights, a new disco-fruit fusion slot from Mancala gaming. Let the beat be your guide as you spin your way to great riches.
All ways win. Winning combinations pay out going left to right with three or four symbols in consecutive reels (row placement is irrelevant).
Yikes! These are some anemic payouts. What is going on here? Don’t worry, there are tons of opportunities to hit some big scores with Neon Lights. This is just a part of the game mechanic. First, every spin gets a random multiplier, shown on the left side of the game board.
Not only that, every time you hit a combination, those symbols remain locked on the game board during a respin, which can easily trigger additional winning combinations if you get more of that element. Because all ways win, you can hit a crazy number of combinations as the board fills up with symbols during respins, leading to decent aggregate payouts.
At the end of every spin, there is a random chance that you get awarded 5, 10, or 15 free spins. While in the base game the multiplier resets after every spin, during free spins multipliers stack, which can ramp up your winnings fast.
This slot has a sort of fusion theme, blending the classic fruity symbols long associated with video slots with disco-style music and lights. With the gaudy colours and aggressive electronic beat, what is not to love?
Neon lights is a high-energy experience that you won’t want to miss. The design is fantastic. Okay, the symbols are definitely on the simple side, but sometimes less is more, and more than balanced out by the audacious musical accompaniment and trippy colour scheme. It really makes you wonder just what the heck was going on in the 70s.
The gameplay is neat too. The way that you can start racking up wins during the base game is pretty cool, and you have to enjoy the all ways win mechanic. Combine that with random free spin rounds with stacking multipliers, and you have a recipe for fun.
Even if we are too old and tired to spend all night swinging our hips at the local discotheque, we can still enjoy playing Neon Lights Fruits.
|Release Date||28th July 2022|