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Who said that minimal game play slots have to look as plain as their layouts? There seems to be an unspoken rule that if you create a slot machine and it has only the basics, it’s best to sell it as a vintage game. But why? A modern game is allowed to have little variance and still be a winner, you only have to look at Jazz Nights to see that it’s true.

Merkur have created a real cash slot that has 5-reels and 10 win lines, all of which are only decorated with an array of up to 12 symbols, only two of which hold any special value. With only a scatter and a wild to look forward to, how could this game possibly keep anyone entertained past a couple of minutes? Maybe you should read on and find out for yourself, you might be surprised at how well this title does.

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Jazz Nights

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Skat Music

Jazz is a particular music taste that few truly appreciate, and so the theme alone might have you shaking your head, your cursor hovering on the ‘x’ button. But there’s so much more to the game than being based on a niche musical scene, and that’s the texture and soul of the title. Using cool, muted tones that only hip cats and cool dudes would wear, the tinkling of the ivory and the blow of a sax will see you through to a climatic end.

The grid is made up of the staple 3x5 window of images, with a silver art deco casing lining the outside, offset by a burgundy background that looks like it belongs in a boudoir. A perfect location for a jazz club then, for it has buckets of character and a charged low key atmosphere.

Flapper Girls and Whiskey

Seeing as the scene is an art deco one, the appearance of a lady in red, a flapper girl that would have largely been seen in the 1920s, is the wild of the game. During the base level she does little but tweak the grid so that more combos can be lined up, but during the free games she can expand across the reels, bringing more payouts as she does so. What is more, by her doing this, you can appreciate her full beauty rather than just that of her face.

Between two and five of her can be discovered as you play, with a match of five being the highest paying, with between 10 and 2,000 credits awarded to users. As you’ve probably worked out from that range we just gave, the totals change when your bet does: go high, you get more, go low and you get less. A lot of brands seem to be favoring that tactic of late…

A Jazz Night to Remember

Now that the live band has started up, and the reels are rolling about, sometimes even on their own accord thanks to the automatic rounds, we can finally savor the 10 games of the free spins.

Brought to you by the logo icon, the icon is as profitable as they can come without giving the money away. Not only are there cash rewards for every match of two to five, you also have the fact that extra wins can be made free of charge. Even though the scatter only needs two of a kind to payout, it won’t launch the games until at least three have been lined up.

Bronze, Silver or Gold

Merkur not only have a great set of visuals on the grid, but on the control panel itself, with the level of bet you’re playing with symbolized by the color of the coin shown; when it’s bronze it’s low, silver means medium, and gold is the top end. A small detail that makes a huge difference.

Win lines can be dropped down to just one, but it’s advised not to do so unless you want a very taxing night of jazz and losses, which doesn’t sound like a winning formula to us. Call us crazy, but we like jazz and wins, not necessarily in that order.

Up to 100 auto spins can be started off, with the option neatly tucked away almost out of sight; a counter will show how many spins you have left, and the play button that was once there will change to a pause, for further ease of use.

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