The title of this slot, ‘Neon Staxx’, doesn’t give much away. In essence, it’s a reasonably simple paylines slot featuring retro 1980s visuals and some superb stacked reels.
It’s not a slot for players who want bells and whistles and features up to their eyeballs, but there’s something to like about the cool, classic stylings of Neon Staxx, a slot by seasoned game developer NetEnt, one of the biggest slot developers in the world.
Neon Staxx is a simple paylines slot with 40 paylines in play. All you’ll have to do is line up identical symbols across these winning lines to win. Payouts for various symbols can be pretty generous, with five Wild symbols on a payline paying out 200x the bet. The slot’s predator symbols, including a lion, a bear, an eagle, and a snake, payout the most generous wins. These symbols offer between 40x and 100x the bet for five on a payline. Lower valued A to J symbols pay 25x or 20x the stake for five symbols.
Neon Staxx is a simple game with two unique features: there’s a Free Spins round triggered when three or more Scatters land on the reels and the more interesting SuperStaxx feature. The SuperStaxx feature refers to a stack of symbols on the reels; at the start of every spin, a randomly selected symbol will appear in stacks on each reel, which means every single reel on the slots can be stacked with the same symbol each spin. It doesn’t take a genius to work out that this can mean big wins, mainly when players are lucky enough to stack up higher valued symbols on the reels.
Neon Staxx boasts an average return to player, or RTP, 96.9%. This is a fair bit above the average of around 96% for a slot of this type, which means players keen to maximise their chances of making a profit might want to consider Neon Staxx for their next slot strongly. Most players should find it easy to play and get into a low to medium variance slot because wins come by reasonably frequently. This also means it’s a fantastic slot for playing when it takes your fancy.
From the chrome-plated symbols to the sinister 1980s synth music that plays, most players will have some idea of whether they’re going to enjoy Neon Staxx from the moment they load the game. The retro style of this slot will be something of an acquired taste, and players who live for features might get bored by the SuperStaxx feature after a few spins. That being said, there’s no doubt that Neon Staxx has gained a significant fanbase for itself because of its unique design, simple but effective SuperStaxx feature, and last but not least – a generous average RTP. If you’re unsure, there’s no harm in giving the reels a spin or two, especially with those returns.
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