Vegas Party is a NetEnt video slot produced only for LeoVegas Casino customers. With 5 reels and 243 ways to win, it has a Las Vegas theme featuring characters such as the Joker, James Bond, Cleopatra and of course the LeoVegas lion. The game is all about the Linked Reels feature which comes into play on every spin as 2 reels and linked together with 1 symbol chosen. During the spin, up to 5 reels can be linked together to give you huge wins.
Vegas Party Slot Review
Vegas Party is powered by Net Entertainment and has been produced exclusively for LeoVegas Casino. With 5 reels and 243 ways to win, you can play from as little as 25p a spin to as much as £125 a spin. It has a Las Vegas theme with the logo being in the style of the infamous Las Vegas welcome sign. You will see symbols such as James Bond, The Joker, Cleopatra, pirates, Irish leprechauns and the LeoVegas lion which all come to the party.
Look out for the Joker which is the wild symbol and appears on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5. This symbol substitutes for all symbols to give you bigger wins. Vegas Party is all about the Linked Reels feature which features in every single spin. Each spin begins with identical, adjacent linked reels which show an expanding symbol (they join the 2 reels together).
During the spin, the expanding symbol can potentially expand to join together 3, 4 or 5 reels – this feature can also be found in NetEnt’s Twin Spin slot. This happens randomly for every single spin so hopefully you will get lucky and win pretty big from the feature.
Unfortunately Vegas Party doesn’t have a free spins feature but the Linked Reels feature will more than compensate as it features on every spin. I found the game to be a medium variance one with big wins possible when you have quadruplet or quintuple reels. My biggest return to date was a cool 340 times my stake from 1 spin – I was playing at £2.50 a spin at the time so it was a good day!
As mentioned, Vegas Party is exclusive to LeoVegas Casino. They offer you a full range of NetEnt slots including favourites such as Gonzo’s Quest and Starburst (which is similar in functionality). I would also recommend the high variance Dead or Alive and the quirky yet intriguing Steam Tower.