Free Disco Danny slot
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Disco Danny slot by Netent is alas one of those games which pretty much reflects its title. For those of you lucky enough to have missed the 1970's, Disco music was created to torture people during that period, inflicted upon us by the mass media, trite and repetitive simpering drivel culminating in camp films such as Night Fever. A few slots have since used it, some seriously like Disco Spins from Netent too, then Blueprint's awful Disco Fever slot but at least Leander did the theme tongue-in-cheek with their weird and wonderful Barry The Disco Leprechaun. Here we have a dance floor background with the monotonous disco beat assailing our ears and a corny character who looks like a refugee from Showaddywaddy. So can Disco Danny be groovy for our bankroll or will it be murder on the dance floor?
There are 5 pay lines over 3 reel of 3 rows and symbols can appear stacked on Disco Danny slot. Danny in his white 'Disco King' outfit is 100x bet for 3-of-a-kind, Danny Blue 10x, Roller Skates 6x, 7 is 4x, Triple Bar 3x, Double Bar 2x and Single Bar 1x but Bars can be mixed and pay 0.6x bet for 3OAK. There are no Wilds but a single Gold Disco Ball may appear awarding 1 to 50x bet cash award, and Silver Disco Balls are our scatters here.
Land your 3 Silver Disco Balls or 2 with the Gold Disco Ball and you get re-spins. These are set at 3 and only Gold Balls or blanks can appear during them. Each Gold Ball landing resets the spins to 3 and there are 5 levels as well. Each level has a multiplier of 1,2,3,5 and 10x respectively and you access the next level by filling the whole grid with Gold Balls. Each time you fill a level, you are paid the total of the Balls multiplied by the relevant multiplier in play, same when the bonus ends with an incomplete grid.
Disco Danny slot has a RTP of 96.04% and if you can tolerate the terrible soundtrack, irritating sound effects and daft-looking Danny then you may have some fun here. The base game pays quite well to be fair and although the bonus is hard to hit, it can pay well. I had 466x bet on the first one and that was by falling one Gold Ball short of completing level 4 which had the 5x multiplier in play. I wouldn't say the game had me dancing with joy, but it can pull some stylish moves when in the mood...