Available to play right now at more than half of our featured UK casino sites is the new Disco Danny online slot from NetEnt. It was released on desktop and mobile as recently as today, Monday, September 7th, 2020, and some of the best places to play are Party Casino, Casino.com, 32 Red Casino, PlayOJO Casino and Mr Green Casino.
No download is required to play on this new NetEnt slot, which has a 1970’s/Disco theme with 3 reels and just 3 paylines. It’s possible to win up to 3,000x times your total stake during the main Free Spins Bonus, and you can take one spin of the reels from as little as £0.10 up to a maximum of £250.00 per spin.
The main special symbol to keep an eye out for on this game is the Golden Disco Ball Scatter Symbol, which comes with a stake multiplier attached to it. During normal play, these multipliers can range from 10X up to 20X, but during the Free Spins Bonus, they can help boost your total stake by up to 50X. You only need one or two of the Scatter Symbols to land anywhere in view during normal play to win an instant cash prize, but 3 of them landing will get you instant entry into the main Free Spins Bonus.
When the Free Spins Bonus kicks into action, all symbols apart from the Golden Disco Ball Scatter Symbols and blank spaces are removed from the reels. If you manage to fill the entire screen (so all 9 symbol positions) with Golden Disco Ball Scatter Symbols, then you will get to move to the next level for even bigger cash prizes, and altogether there are 5 different levels to win prizes from.
If you live in the United Kingdom and would like to play on the new Disco Danny online slot from NetEnt, go to any of the top-rated UK online casinos that I mentioned towards the top of this page and register your free account. Some of the other popular Disco-themed online slots that I can also recommend keeping an eye out for if you enjoy playing on this new NetEnt slot are titles such as Dance Party from Pragmatic Play, Village People: Macho Moves from Microgaming (developed by Fortune Factory Studios), Spin Party from Play’n GO, and Shuffle Bits from Realistic Games.