Posted on Saturday, 14th March 2009 by AlleyM

Is it just me or should things of the 80’s stay there? That is not the case for Cocoa Casino’s, So 80’s, five reel bonus slot. They have taken a few key parts of the era and incorporated them into a slot.

Welcome back break dancing and distorted sounds. There is not much background music, (although 80’s tunes playing in the background would be have been a nice touch) however the sound effects will take you back.

Some symbols include leg warmers, headbands and ghetto blasters. The screen is colored in highlighter colors and trimmed with cassette tapes. The wild symbol is an Atari themed. This symbol substitutes for all symbols except the free spin scatter and when apart of a winning combo, the wins are tripled.

The break dancing symbols is the scatter and free spin symbol. When players receive 3 or more anywhere, they will trigger 10 free spins. These spins are tripled and can be re-triggered.

The wager limits are modest. Players can bet between $0.01 to $0.50 per line per spin. Since this is a 15 line game, max wagers are between $0.75 and $37.50. Not bad. Players who chose to play max bet do have a shot at higher pay outs, but it is not necessary to trigger bonus rounds.

So alright, maybe I am being a little tough on the 80’s era, it was kinda fun. Players will feel the same way when they come into Cocoa Casino and play So 80’s.

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