Disco Spins is a Video Slots game from the renowned NetEnt casino software studio that features 5 reels and 20 fixed paylines. Up to 10 coins can be bet on each payline, with a value range of 0.01 to 1. This means that the minimum wager in the game, which can be made in in Pounds, Canadian Dollars, US Dollars and Euros, is 0.2 and the maximum is 200. The main game’s maximum payout is 1,000 credits per activated payline, and the top Jackpot is 230,000 coins. It’s also possible to play the game for free in a no-deposit mode to build confidence, and to practice the Skill Stop Feature that allows players to control when the reels stop as they try to create paying combinations, before placing any real money bets at bet365 NZ. When players do feel ready to use real cash, they can choose to set the reels can be set to spin automatically in an AutoPlay mode as well, to get more winning opportunities.
Dancefloor Theme and Design
Disco Spins was created around a 1970s nightclub theme, and this can be seen throughout. The reels themselves look like brightly coloured floor tiles, and the higher-value regular reel symbols are dancers in different outfits. These are all skilfully rendered in a fun cartoon style, adding to the light feel of the Canada slot machines. The lower-value symbols are the A, K, Q and J signs, in a typically 1970s font. A dance music-based soundtrack and typical Slots sounds also help to keep the game exciting for players.
Disco Spins Gameplay
All payouts are detailed in the game’s regular payout schedule, and when the tiles are spinning they change colour. When they come to rest, if a tile’s new colour matches the dancer symbol that lands on it, the dancer becomes a Wild Symbol and can substitute for any regular reel icon to create winning combinations. The floor tile organisation means 2 Wilds are often spun on the same reel, and up to 8 can appear at a time all over the board, increasing potential wins.
Disco Ball Scatter Symbol
The Mirror Ball Scatter can only be seen on Reels 3, 4 and 5, and when 3 appear players are given the choice between 2 Bonus Rounds called Disco Spins and Free Spins. Choosing Free Spins gives players 15 free turns of the reels with a 3x multiplier, and the chance to retrigger these indefinitely by landing more Scatter Symbols.
The Disco Spins option only awards players 10 free spins, but the reels will only contain the game’s different dancer symbols and no lower-value playing card symbols. This means that although there are less chances to spin in this Round than in the Free Spins option, the chances of winning something each time are greater. It’s also easier to retrigger the Disco rather than the Free Spins Round, because only 2 Scatter Symbols rather than 3 will activate this. Players need to practice and decide which option works best for them, which is possible with the Free Play practice option of the game.