Club Night Slot

We enjoyed clubbing back in the days before people would approach us asking if we worked there, indicating that we might be a bit too old for it by that point, but one thing that we have never managed to see is a slot game that has done the experience justice. Many of the biggest names in gaming have tried and subsequently failed, with even Microgaming managing to mess it up completely on the couple of attempts that they have had. Hopefully, Playtech can fare better here on Club Night, although we have to admit that having had a brief overview of what is in store on the game, we are not expecting much, not least because this is one of Playtech’s unique, but rarely actually any good, eight-line slot games.

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What to Expect

Club Night Mobile SlotThose eight-line slots are generally unlike anything that players will have seen from other developers, although they can count classic slots as their inspiration. The symbols on this game are all clubbers, so we suppose that at least makes sense, although it must be ladies night as every single character on the board is female. The nature of the game means that rather than spinning as reels, each symbol position ‘spins’ individually, so it is possible to land the equivalent of stacked symbols on every spin. This does happen quite often to be fair, although something like that needs to happen as the game is otherwise hugely uninspiring. There is a wild card, depicted by the blonde clubber that will dance when she completes a winning combination, but that is about as far as features go on this one. Otherwise, it is simply a case of spinning and hoping to win, with nothing too inspiring actually happening otherwise.

The Verdict

We always like to look for the best in any mobile slot that we review, as we are fully aware that our own tastes will not necessarily reflect those of all of our readers. However, Club Night plays slowly, pays even more slowly and is about as exciting as a trip to the dentist. It is actually one of the worst mobile slots that we have ever played and brings absolutely nothing to the table that could even come close to making it worth playing. There are not many Playtech fans left, but if you rank among their number still, do yourself a favour and check out our other game reviews as this game is definitely not the one you are looking for!

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