Vegas Party is a 5 reel (non-progressive), 25-payline, Wager-gaming-technology-casinos Video Slot. It comes with a wildSymbol, scatter symbol, multiplier, free spin and has a maximum jackpot win of $45,000.
Vegas Party is a retro inspired five reel slot from WGS Technology. It offers Day-Glo gameplay over 25 pay lines (maximum) and includes wilds, multipliers, scatters and free spins which should mean action packed gameplay is guaranteed. We've reviewed Vegas Party to see if this really is the case.
What do you think of when asked about Las Vegas? If bright lights and themed casinos came to mind then this slot has you covered, sort of! That's because it is rather retro in appearance with black reels being lit up by bright neon lights and reel dividers.
The reel icons are themed, but basic. They include a man in a tuxedo, a lady in a cocktail dress and the sights and sounds you'd expect to see on the Vegas strip. These include dice, cocktails, Cadillacs and a bright neon sign. Even the regular icons have been given a vibrant lick of paint to fit in with the overall theme (9 through to A).
Vegas wouldn't be the same without high rollers or penny players; the two largest groups of gamblers. This machine offers options for both with a range that stretches from 0.01 to $125 per spin. These spins can be made manually of using automatic mode too; in that respect it matches real life Vegas slots perfectly.
Vegas Party includes a crazy neon logo on the reels. You won't fail to notice it because it is bright and wild, literally! This means it can count as any other icon (car excluded) when a winning opportunity is possible. It'll also add X2 multipliers to any win it helps create.
15 free spins will be awarded to any player that spins in three or more scattered cars during a single spin. These free spins also benefit from wilds and any win gained will be tripled too. These added multipliers really do add up and create larger winning opportunities than other comparable slots.
Vegas Party may be too retro for some tastes, it's almost as if the graphics have been listen from the 1980s. This probably was a deliberate ploy to capture the cheesiness of Vegas, but it could put some people off. That said we did find the bonus features fun and liked the fact that they were easy to trigger. Whether you play it or not will come down to personal preference at the end of the day. How retro are you feeling?
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