Electric Avenue Slots

Have you heard of Electric Avenue? This was a song released in the Eighties, so if you remember that and you're now humming along to it, you'll know what you might expect to see in this slot game. It certainly looks cool, and Eighties fans are going to love it…

Which developer is behind this themed slot game?

This is another contribution to the slot world released by Microgaming in connection with All41 Studios. They've released some other great titles, so we have hope that this one is going to be just as good.

Launch the demo first

Yes, there is one, so you can get a feel for the game and see what you make of it before you decide whether to play it.

A theme based on a classic decade

The song was released in the Eighties, and you'll see many other iconic images from the same decade in this slot. There are some neon touches there too, along with a backdrop that can only be Miami.

A great design that relives a popular decade

There are some funky glasses, a Rubik's cube (we still have ours!), and a guy wearing a jacket that looks rather familiar if you've ever seen the Thriller video from Michael Jackson. There's a musical theme running through this one too, so there's plenty going on.

Let's check out Electric Avenue in more detail

There are six reels in this one, each showing four icons, so expect to see plenty of symbols landing on every spin. We didn't see any jackpots though - not any progressives anyway.

The game offers two expanding wilds, one the guy wearing the Thriller jacket and the other is a girl with a microphone. These can have multipliers involved too, matching the reel they turn up on. This means one on reel two would have a 2x multiplier, and one on reel five would have a 5x multiplier. You can figure out the rest, we're sure. The game also delivers a scatter - labeled - that looks suspiciously like a certain DeLorean that could travel in time…

Can you guess the payline quantity?

Would you believe there are 4,096 ways to find prizes spread over that set of reels?

An affordable low-end bet to play for starters

With all those winning ways to consider, you can guess that the game has plenty to share in terms of betting. It's good news though, with a minimum wager of 20 cents to work with. At best, you're not going to go above $30.

Discover all the Eighties icons in the paytable

We spotted a boom box and a Polaroid camera in there too, so it was quite the jog down Memory Lane for us.

There are no bonus features in the Electric Avenue slot

Don't worry too much about that though, as there are some great features yet to come…

Free spins are the big attraction in this game

If you land three scatters anywhere, you'll receive some free spins. You can choose whether you'd like to play the Electric version or the Neon version.

Electric spins trigger seven games with a random symbol chosen to change into a sticky wild. Neon spins provide you with 10 games, and in this case you'll get wild reels that can deliver multipliers worth up to an incredible 55x.

RTP information that won't disappoint

The return to player value is pretty good, coming in at 96.37% for this Eighties slot game.

Our rating for the Electric Avenue slot game

This is a terrific slot for anyone to play, but especially those who remember the Eighties when they happened. We loved this one, and it's great to get a choice of free spin features too. We're giving this one 8/10 - but really, shouldn't that be Eighty out of One Hundred?

There's some decent winning potential here

Electric Avenue brings us a maximum prize of 6,833x the bet.

Begin with a few practice spins to get a better idea of how it works

Electric Avenue has plenty to share, and we think you'll understand more about it with the demo game to play first.

Play for real if you fancy it

This slot game has a lot to offer, as we know, and the affordable bet at the start of the range gives you a chance to cover all those ways to find prizes too.

Does this one look just as great on a mobile platform?

Yes - choose to play on Android or iOS as you wish and you'll be glad you checked out the possibilities on the go.