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New York City

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How to play New York City

New York City is one in a series of video slots that are based upon the worlds most famous cities. There are five reels on this slot that include the sight, light and sounds of the Big Apple. Games also include the possibility to trigger bonus wins via free spins, scatters or a board game style bonus.

How to play New York City

The control panel includes a variety of buttons. You'll need to use the select pay lines and bet per line buttons to choose your wager. This wager is placed by pressing spin, which plays one game and gambles your total bet.

New York City Slot Features Explained

The Statue of Liberty is the jewel in the crown of NYC and on this slot plays as a wild. This ensures it can substitute for any regular icon whilst doubling the win created.

Three, four or five scatter logos will trigger the bonus game. You’ll roll the dice to progress along the board and pick up wins along the way. These prizes are based on the number of lines and coins being played at the point of bonus trigger.

Any regular win will open up the possibility to enter the double up bonus screen. You’ll choose a colour or suit and if you’re correct will gain x2 or x4 the initial prize. If you guess incorrectly the triggering prize will be taken away though.

Play and Payment Details

  • 5
  • 9
    Pay lines
  • $6,250.00
    Max cash jackpot
  • N/A
    Payout percent
  • Yes
    Wild symbol
  • Yes
  • $0.10 - $22.50
    Betting range
  • 0.1 - 0.25
    Coin bet range
  • 10
    Coins per line
  • No
  • 25000
    Max coins jackpot
  • 90
    Max coins
  • Yes
    Scatter symbol
  • No
    Free spins available
  • Yes
    Bonus game

Overall Ratings

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From 69 votes
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Member's Feedback (10)

  • 3.0
    / 5
    mixed feelings about this game I guess its alright kinda cool being the black and white theme and all just wasn't too eye popping for my taste . I didn't play for long so wasn't able to get any bonus or nothing but I will play again and also rate 3 stars
  • 3.5
    / 5
    Awesome design! Only thing what bothers me is that every time you win something you need to choose "collect" or "double" before you can take a new spin.. That's very annoying. If you don't want to double up why you can't just spin without collecting every single winning lol..
  • 3.0
    / 5
    Yes its a great software i play this never ben before until now also i must lock ARROUND for other games from this publisher ! greatings frank
  • This game has a great potential. but i dont seem to win often. The double up button is also great.
  • 1.0
    / 5
    You might want to hesitate on this one - it is redirecting to Yachting Casino even if you say 'no' to 'do you want to play for real money' pop-up. At least at the moment - LP
  • 1.0
    / 5
    This is one of the strangest slots here. It is dimly lit, so that you can't really get into the feeling of the 'sights of New York'. It is so hard to tell the scatter from the rest of the looks of the slot that it takes the lit-up-blue with the police siren to alert (me, anyway, just my opinion, right?) to the fact that it's a scatter at all. Every win you have to select whether you will "COLLECT" or not, and more than one of the icons is bizarrely non-feeling, such as a heap of I heart NY buttons, or some non-descript shape. It is the only slot that I didn't want to tough it out to the feature or this writeup-rating thing, because it's too dismal...even for me, the die-hard. Well, I'm outta here. I always had a secret fantasy of moving to Greenwich Village but this is ...well...the opposite, almost exactly.
  • 3.0
    / 5
    This is a nice slot I love the theme and it pay greaaaaat!
  • This game looked spookily familiar - I'm not certain but I think perhaps it looks a lot like the "London" slot also from B3W. Just like that game, the colour scheme is bizarre - did somebody forget to adjust the contrast on the monitors of B3Ws graphics artists!? On the plus side, I do enjoy 9 line games and this isn't a bad effort - I don't know if I am just feeling kind today as I usually hate B3W slots, but the last few I have seen have impressed me much more than usual, at least in terms of their paytables. The features are a bit of a wash out, its that lame B3W board bonus where you get dice rolls and pick up prizes on the way around. On the plus side, at least your guaranteed to end up with something, but the downer is, its usually not very much!
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