You’ll find that this game has a layout which matches the other games in this series, those being ‘The Groovy Sixties’ and ‘The Funky Seventies’. As such, you’ll find an interface of five reels and four rows, and it’s upon this layout that you’ll be able to find the various different icons of the game. These start with the frequently seen A, J, K and Q icons, all of which have been given a very neon and 80s-age vibe to them. Accompanying these are symbols of various different items from the age, starting with the aforementioned car in red. There’s also the original mobile phone in its huge size complete with aerial and flip down bottom. A walkman stereo with earphones makes up the third symbol, while a computer video gaming joystick is another. A pair of pink stiletto shoes are the fifth standard icon, while a pair of skateboards provide the last one.
Each of these icons can be spun on to a total of 40 different pay lines, which also fall in line with the amount available in the other games of this series. However, you do have the option of altering these around simply by clicking on one of the numbers from either side of the reels, or by using the ‘Bet Lines’ button. You’ll also be able to customise the game even more, which is done by changing the amount of your wager around. The coin value is the first thing you can adjust, and this provides you with a range of between €0.01 and €0.50 per line. Meanwhile, you can also change the bet level, which provides a range of between one and five. Therefore, a maximum overall wager of €100 per round is able to be played in this game.