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Music Stage from PlayPearls lets you live the life of a star in this 5-reel slot machine built for music lovers everywhere. 

Gigging is the life: it’s just you and an unspecified number of venues where you can plug in your sounds and show them off to the world. You can play to a big audience and set a record, or keep it intimate and low key for those moments when you want to connect soulfully with your listeners. 

This game, that comprises of 20 paylines, isn’t about to make you a big celebrity name, hell it isn’t about to get you a gig at your local pub, but it will get you a nice cash bonus and the chance to listen to some sweet sounds while you do so. And it looks so good, who are we to say no! 

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Tuning Up

We want to get this out of the way before we delve into the dynamics of the tiles, such as which ones are important and which not so much, and so we want to have a chat about those graphics. 

We’ve already said that they’re good, and they really are, but we don’t get the folk music vibes from the icons and then the big arena rave from the background - the two don’t mesh at all. Maybe it’s an attempt at accommodating and attracting all types of music lovers, but it just doesn’t feel like it works. It feels like the title would be a much more atmospheric game if one design choice was picked over the other. 

Now that that’s out of the way, it’s time to look at what we’re dealing with here… and honestly, it isn’t a great deal. PlayPearls has once again decided to go for a low pay-in, low pay-out title that only offers free spins and wilds, with not a sniff of a bonus or scatter in sight. Although this is quite normal for them, it would be nice to see them mix it up a bit more and try to give more gameplay for users to enjoy. 

Seeing as there isn’t a lot to go on, we’ll take a look at the free spins icon which is a classic microphone; three of these will get you 8 credits and 8 spins, four will bag you 15 coins and 15 rounds, and lastly five will gift you both 40 credits and 40 spins. There is no mention of whether these can be retriggered or not, but our experience tells us that the answer is no as it never happened during our playthroughs. 

Furthermore, there doesn’t appear to be a multiplier in sight, which means that you have to be very lucky to get the top amount of any of the tiles, which in turn means your jackpot is going to be a very small one indeed. If you get a big win though, let us know. 

Plugging In

We’re going to crank it up to 11, baby, and so you need to put a bet down of between 0.10 and 4 credits, which works out at 2 or 80 coins overall. If you can, and it isn’t necessary, try and play with as much as you can to ensure you get a decent payout. 

The paylines can be dropped down if you want to, but again, the less you play with the less likely you’ll reap any substantial rewards and so we suggest leaving them as they are. And yes, while more money means more risk, considering the title isn’t that risky to begin with, it looks like you’ll be okay to push the boat out this one time. 

As always, there is no max bet button, so you’ll have to tap through the figures all by yourself – it isn’t hard but it sure is a pain in the backside when you want a quick game without delays. Thankfully there is the autoplay button to give you some sense of convenience. 

A Night to Remember?

Music Stage is what you make of it, which could be argued as the foundations of all slot machines, but we feel you have to work much harder to make this one work. It’s a shame as we had a lot of high hopes for this title and ended up wanting our money back. There’s nothing like a bad gig and poor turnout, are we right?

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