Pin Up Girls is a rather politically incorrect sounding slot from iSoftBet. Taking its inspiration from 1950s glamour posters, it’s a 5 reel, 9 payline slot that comes with a pick me bonus round and a free spins feature. Play from 9p to £45 per spin.

The imagery on show in Pin Up Girls harks back to a more innocent age – set against a beachside backdrop, symbols on the reels include an open top car, scooter, roller skates and radio. They’re joined by the four Pin Up Girls – think a naughty postcard rather than anything overly saucy. The top paying symbol is a cheeky looking man who’ll get you 2,500 coins if you land 5 on a payline.

The pouting blonde in the maid’s outfit is the scatter – land 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 of them anywhere on the reels and you can look forward to a payout of 1, 2, 5, 10 or 25 times your total stake. It doesn’t trigger the Free Spins feature though – to do that you’ll need, to land the wild symbol on the middle of reels 2 or 4. As well as turning that whole reel wild, you’ll also be granted 10 free spins. Land the wild on both reels and it increases to 20 free spins.

Land 3 or more of the Pin Up Girls logo anywhere on the reels and you’ll trigger the Pin Up Girls Bonus feature. It’s a variant of the pick me round. Select 1 of the pin up posters from the basket – that poster will then be pasted to the wall. The longer it stays up, the bigger the cash prize that you’ll win. The more bonus symbols that trigger the feature, the more posters you get to pick. You can hit the feature in both the base game and the free spins round.

This slice of 50s Americana is easy on the eye and very easy to play. The features come along at regular enough intervals to keep the pace rolling at a decent enough lick. Yes, it’s a little cheesy to modern eyes but the potential rewards are bang up to date.

A single poster in the bonus feature delivered upwards of 200 times our stake on 1 occasion. It’s not the most sophisticated slot you’ll come across but Pin Up Girls can deliver once you get past the slightly corny theme. If you like girls in bikinis, Play ‘N Go’s Pimped provides quite the treat.