Vegas Night Life comes with 20 lines on 5 reels, each 3 symbols high. The game features a classic, even a bit old-fashioned, Vegas theme with cars, watches and classic card symbols.
Wild symbols appear single or stacked on all reels and the game also features scatter symbols on all reels.
Vegas Night Life comes with three different bonus features which trigger when you get 3 or more scatter symbols.
Pick one of the symbols and reveal your bonus.
This will award a cash reward of between 2,5 and 250 times your bet. That win is multiplied by x2 or x2 twice when you trigger the bonus with 4 or 5 scatter symbols.
3, 4 of 5 scatter symbols will award 5, 10 or 20 free spins respectively. During free spins everything is multiplied by x3.
You can’t win more free spins during this feature.
The reels change into 5 reels which are 5, 6, 7, 6, 5 symbols high.
You will get 3 re-spins and only dollar signs appear on the reels. Each dollar sign landing on the reels will drop down to the bottom and award a random prize of between 0,25 to 15 times your bet.
Each time you get at least one new dollar sign you will reset the free re-spins to three.
Fill reel 2 to win the Mini Jackpot worth 10 times your bet, fill reel 4 to win the Midi Jackpot worth 30 times your bet or fill reel 3 to win the progressive Mega Jackpot which starts at €1000,- and can climb with no limit.
Filling entire rows will also multiply all wins in that row times x2, x3, x4, x5.
The feature ends when you fill the entire screen or when you have no more re-spins left.
Like I mention at the start, for me the theme feels very old-fashioned. So that’s not my favorite.
Also the game is a bit boring during base game, you get a lot of winning combinations, but nothing to write home about.
It’s nice that there are three bonus features, but two of them are also quite boring. The cash reward can give a 250 times bet, but this is very rare. And the free spins feature is also nothing special. The bonus that you want is the Cash Stacker. This is a very fun bonus. But not original, it’s just another take on the Lighting Link slots from Aristocrat, which seems to be very popular these days.