Neon Staxx

Neon Staxx Features

Neon Staxx Information

  • Game Type: Slotmachine
  • Software: NetEnt

Today 7Slotmachines reviewed and back tested the online slot Neon Staxx developed by NetEnt with a thousand spins. In this review you will learn everything you need to know about this slotmachine game and what average results after 1000 spins are.

Neon Staxx takes you back to the 80’s which are in my opinion one of the cooler era’s of man kind including the Dolly Dots, Prince etc. For NetEnt the 80’s mostly consist of neon colors, square shaped symbols, music out of a can and an interface similar to Atari computer games. Neon Staxx looks like some kind of Atari shooter but it’s a videoslot, as it pays out cash money. Payout percentage at Neon Staxx is 96,9% according to NetEnt.

Neon Staxx Slotmachine Game Features

The slotmachine has 5 reels with 4 visible symbols per reel. You always play with all 40 win lines. Minimum bet per spin is $0.20. Neon Staxx is a fast game, everything happens with good speed, that’s something you must like as a slotmachine player. The spins go fast, the background music is fast and all features happen quite quickly. Overall I can say the game plays quite smoothly.

Prizes can rack up to insane amounts quite quickly also, because each spin there’s one symbol that is stacked on the reels (hence the name Staxx). During some of the spins wild symbols are stacked, which is awesome and leads to big payouts. Because of this, it’s quite easy to get a reel full of the same symbols and with a bit of luck the same symbols on the next reel and the one next to that one.

If you get to spin three scatter symbols, the pink triangle, then the bonus feature triggers. The bonus game consists of 10 free spins at 3 shatters, 15 free spins at 4 shatters and 20 free spins at 5 shatters. But before the free spins start, Neon Staxx chooses one symbol to feature across all reels stacked. This is always one of the predator symbols or the wild symbol. If the latter happens with you, you can start cheering up, as you’re in for a big win.

Neon Staxx Slotmachine Game Review Conclusion and Experience

Neon Staxx looks a lot like Starburst and fans would definitely like the game as well. There’s a few differences, though. Neon Staxx has a more exciting bonus game and pays out higher on normal spins, compared to Starburst. The slot thus plays less even, what I personally like in a slotmachine game. What sucks is that you sometimes have to wait quite some time for the Neon Staxx bonus feature to pop up.