Free Neon Links slot
Neon Links free play demo
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Neon Links slot by Red Tiger is a pretty basic and low-volatility game that would sit alongside fire-and-forget games such as Netent's Starburst slot and other limited potential games like Twin Spin slot or Blueprint's Star Spinner slot. You have an urban background sketch behind the reels and a neon sign surround for the dark reels with gentle funky music and sound effects for the ears. So can we light up our bankroll here or will these lights flicker and die?
On the reels...
You have a simple game as I said in Neon Links slot with 10 pay lines which pay adjacently so 3 or more symbols consecutively anywhere on a line wins. Symbols can appear single or in stacks of two or three. The pays for 5-of-a-kinds are 25x 7's, 10x Bells, 5x Horseshoe, 4x Grapes, 2.5x Cherries and four card suits paying 1.8 down to 1.1 x for each full line. There are no Wilds here but we do get a modifier. Each spin, a random symbol is selected to become a Neon. If two land on the same row then the gap between them will fill in with the same symbol to award a win. that's it, but we do get a bonus.
If you land a Vegas Spins scatter on reel 1 and 5 on the same row, you get 10 spins. What happens now is that the selected symbol to become a Neon will be fully stacked 3-rows high in every instance, so if two land, you get effectively a 10x pay for the line win as all 10 lines will be covered. Obviously landing them on the end reels will result in a full screen win which as you have probably worked out means your maximum pay would be 250x if the 7's were in play. No extra spins or retriggers and see what I mean by low potential!
Neon Links slot has a 95.67% RTP and for a low-tech simple game isn't that bad to play with it being easy on the eyes and ears. Wins are frequent so your bankroll doesn't go down too fast and free games aren't that hard to land either. The question you have to answer here is simple - are you prepared to play just for the sake of playing, knowing you will have very little chance of finishing ahead by any significant amount? If you are then the game will likely please you, but if your objective is increasing your bankroll substantially, forget it...