Slot Review: Disco Danny by NetEntPublished October 4, 2020 by Elana K
Disco Danny is a simple yet funky slot from NetEnt that will appeal to players who love basic gaming. The layout is simple but the theme, particularly the groovy music, drives the game forward.
Disco Danny from NetEnt is a 70s, disco-themed slot with a beat that will make it hard to sit in one place. While the soundtrack is far-out, the slot itself is a simple 3x3 grid. The main action in this game comes when scatters trigger the Free Spins feature. Players can climb up 5 levels and hit a potential multiplier of 50x and a max payout of 3,333x the stake. Disco Danny can be played at NetEnt casinos, online and on mobile.
Disco Danny is a 3x3 slot with 5 paylines and is playable on all devices. Bets range from $.10 to $250, quite a range. The RTP is 96.04% and the volatility is high, with a hit rate of just 14.01%.
Symbols include single, double, and triple bars, sevens, roller skates, Disco Danny with sunglasses and Disco Danny dressed as Elvis. In a surprise twist, there are no wilds in this slot, which means that the main action must be unlocked by the scatters. There are 2 scatters in this game: a silver disco ball and a gold one. The gold disco ball awards a random cash prize and also helps unlock the Free Spins feature.
When a gold disco ball lands with 2 silver disco balls, or when 3 silver disco balls land, the Free Spins feature is triggered. Players win 3 spins on the spot and gold disco balls come with a multiplier between 1x and 50x. When the gold ball lands, the free spins count is reset back to 3. There are 5 levels in the Free Spins feature, each with its own increasing multiplier, which can go up to 10x. Players move to the next level when the entire grid gets filled with gold disco balls.
Disco Danny is a simple yet funky slot from NetEnt that will appeal to players who love basic gaming. The layout is simple but the theme, particularly the groovy music, drives the game forward. While the Free Spins round has the potential to yield some fairly good results, the lack of wild in this game is disappointing. Still, the overarching theme is one of fun, and players who have fond memories of their disco days will certainly enjoy it.