The sixties were the years of the Beatles, the Hippy culture and flared jeans. Net Entertainment’s Groovy Sixties takes you back into the past, thanks to its graphic fluorescent touches and psychedelic sounds. The main features of this game are represented by the wild symbols which can appear stacked on an entire reel and the free spins mode where all the wins are doubled.
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Groovy Sixties is part of a series of slot machines from Net Entertainment. This game in particular covers the period of the 1960s so players can expect to find quite a few interesting images on the five reels, representing items from the period which were very popular for their style or for their innovation. Bright colors are also representative of the ‘60s so the design is based around different shades of orange. The five reels show four rows of symbols and players can have up to 40 lines active for a spin, while selecting the betting level and the size of the coin being used. The theme is made even better with the help of the special features, with the wild symbol being the first one on the list. A wild from the 60s can replace any of the regular symbols in the game and if there are multiple wilds on the reels, they will line up in order to create stacked wilds. The scatter symbol is the image of the beautiful girl and three of them on the screen will start five free spins, where all the wins will be multiplied by two. Getting three scatters during the free spins will add another 5 rounds to the mode. With the bright colors and animations, the symbols show a Volkswagen Beetle with various flowers on it, an old-school television set, a music player, a film projector, a pair of boots and lava lamps. Needless to say that these items were very common in the 1960s in the United States and they perfectly go with the theme of the Groovy Sixties slot machine. There are also four card symbols of different colors that can be found in the game as they represent the icons with the lower payouts, all of them paying the same for combinations of three identical symbols or more.