If you love the synthesized sounds and the neon lights of the 80s, then you are sure to get into this 80s-inspired game from Thunderkick called Spectra. This five-reel machine features synth music, neon-light inspired symbols, and design that is reminiscent of 80s video games like Galaga.
Spectra Online Slot Review
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Take a quick trip back to the 80s with this nostalgic slot machine that has shades of Galaga and Tron added into its design. This game called Spectra is a five-reel machine that features neon lights, synth music, and a chance to win big when you trigger wild respins, wild nudge, and complete winning combinations. Win up to €240,000 in this game as you spin and complete the patterns in this retro-video game inspired machine.
The game’s design is as simple as it gets, with a starry sky background and a simple game container that has the game’s name in rainbow lights at the top. The stars in the background seem to be radiating towards you as if you are travelling through space. The music completes the feeling of 80s nostalgia with the heavy keyboard sounds and shooting sound effects that are produced when patterns are completed.
The game is not that easy to understand but us addictive nonetheless. Adjust your bets using the token symbol on the lower right of the screen and set the number of hands-free spins you will launch by clicking on the auto play button. Once you’ve chosen between 5 and 5000 spins, click on the large spin button to initiate your auto play round.
Adding to the 80s feel of the game is when you trigger big wins. A massive glowing disco-flashing light saying Big Win appears right in front of the reels indicating that you won big and showing you just how much you’ve won in that round.
The symbols used in this game are very simple, just like the game’s overall design. These include standard slot machine symbols like the Bar symbol, the number 7, and the bell symbol. Other symbols on the reels are the four leaf clover, a red pentagon, purple diamond, green square, light blue triangle, and dark blue circle.
Also on the reels is a colorful W for the wild symbol. All of the game’s symbols are stylized to look like neon lights, adding to the nostalgia of the game.
You may be wondering what the shapes and symbols on the side of the game container do. These are just there to show you what your previous winning combinations were, and nothing more. As for bonus rounds, you only get a bonus respin whenever a stacked wild appears on the reels.
Stacked wilds trigger a respin and whenever a new W appears on the reels, another respin is awarded. Respins will stop when there are no new Ws added to the screen.
Wilds can be nudged up or down to complete a stack but this won’t trigger a respin. Stacked wilds respins are only triggered when the stack appears at the start of the respin round.