Net Entertainment is getting into a bit of a habit of making all their new slots contain similar features. Neon Staxx is another point in question. True, the neon 80s theme of this game is quite different than anything else they’ve done, but the stacked symbols and linked reels feature is commonplace of late.
Neon Staxx contains just 40 paylines spread over its 5 reels, and players can alter both their coin sizes and number of coins per line, but not the lines themselves. A floor bet of 0.20 per spin is unavoidable n this game, unless you wish to wager considerably larger sums. A maximum capped ceiling bet is fixed at no more than 100.00, for instance. Up to 80,000 coins can be won in Neon Staxx.
Neon Staxx’s special feature is the Super Staxx mode. During any spin, this randomly triggered bonus can see symbols appear linked together, and form stacks on the reels. It is possible for all five reels to contain the same symbols, and therefore provide you with an astronomical win.
The wild icon is the retro disc icon. This symbol can substitute for all other symbols in the game, barring the scatter icons, and is also a decent paying symbol.
Neon Staxx’s scatter icon is the arrow pointer. When this symbol appears 3, 4 or 5 times in any positions on the screen, the player will bag scattered wins worth 10, 15, or 20 free spins.
Free spins bonus
Now in the base game, the Super Staxx mode symbols might include the predator icons, or the high playing card symbols. We’re delighted to say that in the free bonus round, this isn’t the case. Only the predator icons can appear stacked in the free spins bonus, further boosting your chances of landing a big win.
Neon Staxx is great fun if you fancy a blast from the past. There aren’t many slots on the market with similar themes, and certainly none that offer this style of gameplay in coordination with the aforementioned theme. Net Ent have done a decent job with this game. It also pays out frequently, which is much appreciated.