About Neon City
Released on December 10, 2019, Neon City is a Wazdan-owned html5 video slot that is characterized by electrified classic slot machine symbolism, neon lighting, futurism, and city lights. Suchlike games from Wazdan: Vegas Reels II (February 2013), Vegas Hot 81 (February 2016), Night Club 81 (February 2016), and Vegas Hot (November 2014).
Neon City’s rival slot games include Hot Neon (September 2017) from Amatic Industries, Neon Fruit (November 2018) from 1X2 Gaming, Sweet Neon Fruits (March 2018) from ZITRO, and Neon Classic (January 2019) from Platipus.
Eight symbols (“wild” sign, “scatter” sign, BAR, 7, oranges, lemon, plum, and cherries) require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Neon City Game Characteristics
Neon City’s unpartitioned 5X3 grid is set in a black LED screen; its green neon-lit frame is fitted with 20 purple neon electrodes—they represent its 20 fixed left-to-left paylines—that are connected to a brown electric circuit.
There are ten symbols, seven total bets, a bonus game, six win multipliers, four batches of free games, a gamble game, and regularly pays from $0.05 to $25000.00.
Neon City has four special symbols and six ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the substitute is a starry circular colorful “wild” neon sign; the free games-giving symbol is a “scatter” neon sign featuring two playing cards; a green “>” neon sign raises the bonus meter; and the red “<” neon sign reduces the bonus meter. Ordinary neon symbols: a blue-and-purple single BAR; a blue-and-cyan 7; one orange and a quarter; a lemon; a purple-and-green plum; and red-and-green cherries. Neon City total bets: $0.20 (minimum bet), $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet). The $100.00 bet offers the following Neon City payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations. “Wild” neon sign pays $500.00, $1000.00, and $2500.00. “Scatter” neon sign pays $250.00, $500.00, and $750.00. BAR pays $200.00, $400.00, and $1000.00. 7 pays $125.00, $250.00, and $750.00. Oranges, or lemons pays $50.00, $100.00, and $150.00. Plum, or cherries pays $25.00, $50.00, and $100.00. Three, four, and five “scatter” neon signs offer ten free games, 15 free games, and 20 free games. There are five win multipliers in the free games. A X1 win multiplier applies to the first winning combination; thereafter, two back-to-back winnings progressively extend the win multipliers by +2—from X1 to X3 to X5 to X7 to X9—but winless rounds restart them from X1. Green “>” neon signs are transferred to and hasten—while the red “<” neon signs delay—the mega spins counter over the grid. Ten “>” signs fill up the counter, thereby unlocking eight free mega spins that are accompanied by an X8 win multiplier.
The default gamble game has a wired art showing casino items like card suits; players are prompted to choose a win-doubling button that will light up the wired art or a win-nullifying button that will collapse the wired art. There is also a suit color-predicting side game, consisting of a face down playing card between red and black buttons. The non-progressive jackpot is X1250, which (1250X100) is $125000.00.
The good Neon City software features: 21 languages; slow, fast, and ultra-fast speed modes; big screen; Ultra Lite and High Quality modes; low, standard, or high volatility levels; Windows, iOS, and Android operating systems; and between 5 and 1000 autospins whose win and loss limits are capped at $1000.00 in mobile versions and at $1000000.00 in desktop versions.
Ambient background: electronic instrumental. Sound effects: chinking, ping, bleep, and prompts such as “wow”, “select a button”, “welcome to Neon City”, “fantastic”, “correct”, and “better luck next time”. The animated 3D graphics include fireworks effect, the cityscape silhouetted against radiating inert gases, glowing neon tubing, and electroluminescence.
Luck in Neon City
A game of chance, the RTP rate of Neon City is 96.25% and the house edge is 3.75%.