The game has a typical layout, and you will find all the game controls in the strip below the reels. From here you can hit the spin button, let the game play for you with Autoplay, adjust your bet, check out the paytable, or check out other game options.
The fixed and progressive jackpot values are displayed above and to the left and right of the reels.
All the game’s bonus features are triggered in the same way, when you land 3 casino chip scatters on the same spin.
The chips will spin around and transform into pick-me symbols. Once you have clicked on one, you will 1 or 3 bonus features, Instant Win, Free Spins, and Cash Stacker.
If you activate this feature, the chip symbol will reveal a multiplier prize worth 7.5x to 250x your bet. If you triggered the bonus round with 4 or 5 scatters, a further 2x multiplier will apply.
If you triggered the bonus round with 3, 4, or 5 scatters, you will receive 5, 10, or 20 free spins, respectively. While this feature is active, all your wins will be multiplied by 3x.
If you’re hoping to land the progressive jackpot, this feature is the one for you. The reels will be replaced by a 5-6-7-6-5 layout skyscraper-shaped grid where only dollar sign symbols will appear, and you will be given 3 spins. When a dollar sign lands, it will fall to the lowest empty position on the reels and the spins will reset to 3 and each dollar sign holds a value of 0.25x to 15x your bet.
When you fill rows 2, 3, 4, or 5 with dollar sign symbols, the values in these rows are multiplied by 2x, 3x, 4x, or 5x, respectively. Filling reel 2 gets you the Mini jackpot worth 10x your bet, and filling reel 4 will net you the Midi Jackpot, worth 30x your bet. The progressive Mega Jackpot prize pays out when you fill the 3rd reel. This prize seeds at $1000 and has no upper limit.
With an attractive progressive prize that could run into the millions, Vegas Night Life slot was as good as taking a trip to sin city itself. The simple, but atmospheric theme captivated my imagination, with the trio of scatter symbol-triggered features adding lucrative thrills to the experience. Aside from the progressive award, the game’s top prize is $100 000, but the player-funded jackpot is what really got my pulse racing. Vegas-themed slots are a dime-a-dozen these days, but if you would like to play some of the more interesting ones, check out Lost Vegas, or Lucky Vegas.