The 1920s have been inspirational, to say the least. Taking that to their advantage Stakelogic released Flappers, a 5 reel slot with 3 rows and 20 ways for the player to form a winning combination. The game is definitely something for the lovers of jazz music. With some amazing features added to the amazing theme, the game sounds quite promising.
A game dedicated to the beautiful bold women that graced the 20s was definitely a brilliant idea. It was an era where something wild and new was introduced, something that they have not been used to by then. Jazz music has definitely had a huge movement back then. The classics seen and heard in this time will forever be remembered.
The main scene of events is a stage awaiting the lovers of jazz music. Everything has a rich feel to it with a beautiful vintage stage gracing the background. The golden curtains are waiting to be opened to introduce the stars of the show. The design is quite simple but does represent the theme of the slot very well.
The soundtrack is cheerful jazz music which contributes to the player’s mood and the theme a lot. Some of the symbols include bejeweled card symbols and 4 different women representing the era. The game’s wild symbol is represented by a golden microphone and the scatter by non-other than Al Capone himself.
The game has good gameplay as well. The minimum a player can bet is 0,20 and the maximum is 100 coins per spin. Players have the chance to win up to 1,798x the bet in a single spin which sounds very tempting. It is a medium volatility game which means that players are in for a steady ride. The only downside of it all is the 94,47% RTP which is below average and could have been a lot better.
The features of the game are quite creative and make the already great theme more exciting. Just like most games, this one has a wild symbol that substitutes for all other symbols except the scatter. The only difference is that it appears as a stack and consumes 2 positions.
The game also has a Free Spins feature which is where all the fun is at. It is triggered when the player lands 3, 4 or 5 scatter symbols anywhere on the reels. The player then gets 8, 15 or 40 free spins depending on the number of triggering symbols. There will be no scatter symbols present during the round so players do not have the possibility to re-trigger the feature.
The girl symbols present in the base game are stacked and consume 3 positions while in the free spins they appear as single symbols that can expand to cover the reel. Another great thing is that on every free spin 1 reel gets chosen and becomes the active reel. If any of the icons lands on the reel it expands and turns into a Wild Girl symbol allowing the player to hopefully score a huge win.
The game also offers a Gamble feature where the player gets to choose the suit or the color of a card facing down. If choosing the color right the player doubles their money and if choosing the suit right the player quadruples their win. And as logic follows, if the player guesses wrong they get nothing.
Overall, the game has impressed. The graphics are great and the characters are fitted for the theme. The theme itself represents a great movement and a lot of fun, which is what the era was all about. The only bad thing would be the RTP, but in the end, it can be overlooked.