Groovy Sixties Slot

Groovy Sixties Slot
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Groovy Sixties Slot Game Info & Features

Software:
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NetEnt
Year Released:2009
Pay Lines:
Paylines are the lines on which a payout is awarded. Modern slots feature many symbols, and payouts can line up in various patterns for a win.
40
Reels:
Number of reels in the slot.
5
Rows:
How much rows the slot has.
4
Min coin size:
Minimum coin denomination.
0.01
RTP:
A slot machine's return-to-player percentage, or RTP for short, is the measure of money a player can expect to win or lose over time.
96.5%
Max Win:
A machine's max payout is the highest amount of money it can pay out to a player during one spin.
200000x max bet
Type:
The group to which a slot belongs according to features.
Video Slot
Progressive:
A jackpot that increases with each bet placed by players across the provider's network or at casinos offering this game.
No
Wild:
Symbols that can be substituted for all other symbols on the reels, except Scatter and bonus. This increases your chances of winning.
Yes
Scatter:
Special symbols that have varying functions, depending on the game (and can be used to trigger Free Spins rounds).
Yes
Autoplay: No
Multiplier:
Multiplies the amount of winnings by a predetermined figure.
No
Bonus Game:
Mini-games within online slots, triggered either by landing a predefined combination of symbols or randomly.
No

Groovy Sixties is a retro-inspired 5-reel, 4 row, 40 line video slot with exciting features like scatter wins and stacked wilds. Three or more animated scatter symbols will activate the free spins with a maximum win of €200k.

NetEnt`s Groovy Sixties slot transports players back in time to a world of psychedelic colors, groovy tunes and stylish fashions. The Volkswagen “beetle,” vinyl records, peace symbols and tie-dyed clothing have all found a spot on this game’s vibrant reels. It’s similar to Golden Shamrock but with its own unique feel.

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