The Groovy 60s Bitcoin Slot Review
It was the decade of free love and flower power and the period for this next slot from Netent called The Groovy 60s. This 5-reel, 4-row and 1 to 40 variable paylines slot gives you a chance at up to a groovy 1,000 coins on an active payline.
The Groovy 60s uses symbols that are synonymous with the 1960’s. The top paying base symbol is the VW Beetle with flowers painted all over the exterior. Next there is an old crt television, tape player, film projector, tall fashionable ladies boots and lava lamps. Below the previous symbols are the A, K, Q and J poker symbols common to many slots. The game does a good job of blending fitting music in support of the theme with the benefit of some added sound effects that present themselves at different points during play.
The theoretical return to player (RTP) for The Groovy 60s bitcoin slot is 96.5% with stakes that range from 0.01 to 100.
In pursuit of some psychedelic prizes, the slot offers some features to assist you. The first one is the 60’s Wild symbol that can replace all other symbols except the scatter. It can appear as stacked on a reel which increases the odds of creating additional winning paylines. The wild symbol itself can form paying win-lines on their own rewarding you with 50, 200 or 1,000 coins with 3, 4 or 5 symbols. There is also a scatter symbol which may appear in sets of 3 and pay out 2x your total bet while triggering the 5 free spins feature with 2x multiplier.
This game is unavailable on mobile device but you can still revisit the 60’s from the comfort of your desktop instead.
The Groovy 60s Slot info
Wild-Symbol: The 60's wild symbol can appear stacked on a reel and substitute for any other symbol except the scatter. When forming a winning payline of 3, 4 or 5 symbols it will pay you the top payout of 50, 200 or 1,000 coins.
Scatter-Symbol: The 60's scatter symbol can appear on the 2nd, 3rd or 4th reels and will reward you with 2x your total bet.
Freispiele: Three scatters will reward you with 5 free spins with 2x multipliers. The feature can be re-triggered.