The 80s are back! The decade of glam-rock and wild parties is again available to Play’n GO customers. The newest IP title released by the famous iGaming company, Mötley Crüe, delivers the fun of the 80s and comes hot on the heels of recent release, Wild Falls 2.
Slots and music – what else is needed for the great fun? Play’n GO’s music slot releases, *NSYNC Pop and Lordi Reel Monsters, have been very successful, and the newest release will surely follow in their steps.
Big hairstyles and big dreams are standouts from this iconic decade. Your leaders on the way to making your dreams real will be members from the band, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, and Vince Neil. They will bring you to the party of your life.
So, let’s get the party started!
The features in this slot are modern and unique. They include Wild Side, Live Wire, and Girls, Girls, Girls. Players can find them in the base game, and one immersive feature unlocks when the Free Spins round is triggered.
The Bonus Feature leads players directly to the club. When the doors open, part of the Girls, Girls, Girls video begins. For the true Mötley Crüe fans, this is a great surprise, and it’s not the only music from the band you’ll get to enjoy throughout play.
The base game features three popular songs: Girls, Girls, Girls, Live Wire, and Wild Side. Additionally, when the Free Spins round is unlocked, one more song awaits players. Shout at the Devil will keep players entertained during the whole round.
Loads of Excitement:
This game is full of entertainment and packed with action. Neon visuals, edgy animations, and fantastic music and sound design are sure to make this latest title a fast fan favorite!
Charlotte Miliziano, Head of Games at Play’n GO, said: “We’re so proud of this title. Mötley Crüe is a prime example of how we are constantly and consistently taking our games to the next level. The features in this game are epic. I mean Girls, Girls Girls alone puts players in a music video, how many slots can say they transform into an interactive music video?”