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Neon Nights

The neon signage has a colorful effect on Neon Nights, a video slot launched on April 27, 2021, by its developer Arcadem. Themes: retro symbolism, Japanese culture, and American-style street lighting.

Eleven symbols (vendor, Bar, Geisha, 7, bell, cherry, A, K, Q, J, and 10) require three, four, or five winning combinations.

Neon Nights Game Characteristics

The vintage Neon Nights has 243 fixed rightward winning ways, twelve symbols, X0.12 to X40, regular payouts, 2+ reels spinning in coordination, and lowly coin sizes with X25 bet factor.

Neon Nights’ transparent, purple double-framed and cyan-celled 5X3 grid has an American-style boulevard setting. Positioned on a gray stand, the grid is near a crosswalk on the fictitious Arcadem street.

Purple-lit blocks of skyscrapers are lined along the illuminated street. There are purple warning and cyan pedestrian neon signs, off traffic lights, “walk this way” sign, and on-street parking across the karaoke bar beside a casino.

Neon Nights has fifteen coins: $0.01, $0.02, $0.04, $0.05, $0.07, $0.10, $0.15, $0.20, $0.30, $0.50, $0.70, $1.00, $2.00, and $3.00. Apply a X25 factor on the coins yields these Neon Nights’ total bets: $0.25 (minimum bet), $0.50, $1.00, $1.25, $1.75, $2.50, $3.75, $5.00, $7.50, $12.50, $17.50, $25.00, $50.00, $75.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).

Neon Nights has one special among its eleven ordinary square symbols, comprising of blue-framed neon signs. The substituting special symbol is a cyan dotted “wild” neon signage whose appearance excludes reel one. Ordinary symbols: a purple-and-cyan vendor sign—crisscrossing chopsticks atop a steaming bowl; an orange-and-cyan “Bar” bottle; a purple-and-yellow Japanese hostess’s head “geisha” head; a purple 7; a purple-and-orange bell; red-and-cyan cherries; and red A, K, Q, J, and 10.

The Neon Nights’ self-adjusting payouts range from $0.03 to $4000.00. Three 10, Q, or J pay X0.12; four 10, Q, or J pay X0.40; and 10, Q, or J pay X1. Three A or K or 7 pay X0.16; four A or K or 7 pay X0.60; and A or K or 7 pay X1.60.

Three bells or cherries pay X0.40; four bells or cherries pay X3; and five bells or cherries pay X10. Three “bar” signs pay X1.20; four “bar” signs pay X6; and five “bar” signs pay X20. Three vendor signs pay X0.60; four vendor signs pay X4; and five vendor signs pay X16. Three “geisha” signs pay X2; four “geisha” signs pay X10; and five “geisha” signs pay X40.

To make up for the missing free games; each round has two, three, four or five reels whose coordinated spins draw similar symbols on the top, middle, and bottom rows. Despite the wins-boosting coordination, the payout is exclusive to any combination with the most symbols. The maximum X347 win is a $34,700.00 non-progressive jackpot.

The HTML5 game Neon Nights has: mobile/desktop versions; 10-250 automated rounds, with X5/X10/X50/X100 loss limits and no limit/X1/X2/X5/X10/X50/X100 single win limits or balance increase; and both adjustable ambient disco instrumental and retro sound effects. The animated 3D graphics include zooming and flipping neon signs, flashing lights, and caricatures of masked technological women passing by.

Luck in Neon Nights

A game of chance, Neon Nights’ RTP rate is 96.00% and its house edge is 4.00%.


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