Netent Launches Neon Staxx Slot

Netent, the world’s leading online casino game provider, announced today that they have launched a brand new slot, which will lead your thoughts back to the 80’s and 90’s arcade style games.

The game, known as Neon Staxx, has been built in HTML5 to ensure that it is compatible with every type of browser and modern mobile device. The game is a five-reel, four row with 40 paylines, with tons of symbols that makes it fun and easy to win a prize.

There’s a total of eight paying symbols int he game, but it has multiple wilds that causes extra payouts. You can also get freespins in the game, while enjoying the synthesizer sountrack, inspired by the best of the 80’s.

Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer of NetEnt, comments: “Neon Staxx is packed with glistening visuals that are brought to life by a memorable synth soundtrack. Whether playing at home or on-the-go, players will enjoy the same high-quality experience of 80s retro in their search for big wins.”

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