|Min Bet Per Line||0.01|
|Bet Range||0.4 - 100|
|Game Features||Wild Symbol, Stacking Wilds, Scatter, Free Spins|
This game will certainly take you back to a time of great music, the introduction of significant technology and… memories of big hair. If that’s not enough of a hint, then you probably weren’t around in the 1980s. The reels in this game are filled with nostalgic icons, including pink stiletto heels, a chunky joystick, skateboards, a walkman complete with headphones (remember them?), a retro mobile phone and a flashy eighties car. You’ll also have a perfectly apt soundtrack playing along while you spin through the reels, bringing back memories of an easier time.
The game includes five reels and four rows, while there’s a total of 40 paylines included to wager on as well. The bet lines can be customised, just in case you’re not interested in betting on the total amount of lines integrated. The coin value in The Super Eighties can be switched between the minimum of £0.01 and the maximum of £0.50 per line. Meanwhile, the bet level is changeable between one and five. Thus, all players can place a maximum wager of £100 per round. You’ll also find relevant extras to make gameplay more interesting.
Where to Play
The logo of this game acts as its wild symbol, substituting for all others on the reels to create a winning combination. The only symbol excluded from this is the scatter symbol. Multiple wild symbols on each reel line up to create stacked wilds.
The make-up-clad girl with pink running through her hair represents this game’s scatter symbol. Three scatters appearing anywhere on the reels will double your payout. Furthermore, you’ll be given five free spins on top of this.
During the free spins round, all wins are also doubled and if you spin three scatters, you’ll be rewarded with another five free spins to use.
The Super Eighties, much like its sister games, The Funky Seventies and The Groovy Sixties, doesn’t really have a huge amount to offer in terms of extras. While standard gameplay will obviously invoke memories for a lot of people, those players who have interest in bonus games and other such integrations will probably want to move on and find something else to play. For those of you who stick around, The Super Eighties will provide a mildly entertaining game with very fitting music for you to bop along to while you’re spinning those reels.