What's on the Reels in the 70s?
Apart from offering up a standard five reel layout, The Funky Seventies also provides its players with four different rows, thereby giving a little but more space to form winning combinations on. It’s upon these reels that you’ll find a variety of icons harking back to the decade in question. These start with the regularly appearing A, J, K and Q symbols, which are presented in a fairly standard way. However, they’re accompanied by a variety of iconic items from the years of the 1970s, starting with a set of star-spangled platform boots. There’s also a couple of cassette tapes, as well as a red See-O-Matic toy. There’s also a shimmering disco ball and a retro Challenger car designed in blue and white. Rounding off the standard icons, you’ll also see one of the very first home computers in its huge style.
Accompanying the reels, rows and icons, NetEnt have also injected a total of 40 different pay lines into the game. These do have the option of being changed around if you have a particular preference for gambling on fewer, and this is done simply by using the ‘Bet Lines’ button, or by pressing on a specific number down either side of the reels. Further customisation comes in the form of the wager you place, which is changed in the first instance by adjusting the ‘Coin Value’ between €0.01 and €0.50 per line. If you then opt to change the ‘Bet Level’ section, you can place between one and five coins on each active line, thereby giving you the option of wagering a maximum overall total of €100 per round.