The Disco Double Pokie Machine
Spacy pokie action with lots of winning opportunities awaits you in the Disco Double pokie, a pokie machine from iSoftBet. In the classic one-armed bandit design there are a variety of winning opportunities and also the one or other extra feature. Here you can jump directly up to the free demo.
Disco Double is a pokie machine that you play on five reels with three rows each. You win on 20 different paylines. To activate a spin, a minimum bet of $0.20 is required. The maximum amount you can gamble is $20 per spin. Of course, there is also the mandatory Auto Play feature. The Return To Player percentage for this pokie is 95.11% according to the manufacturer. Compared to other pokie machines you are in a weak area.
The Disco Ball Symbol Doubles all Winnings
The wild symbol in the Disco Double pokie replaces all other symbols except the scatterer. If you spin five wilds on a payline, you win the maximum prize of 10000 coins.
If you spin the scatter symbol at least three times, you will actively seek the freespin feature. Here you will be credited with ten free spins. Pay special attention to the Disco Ball symbol during freespins. If it appears on reel three, all wins on that spin will be doubled. Unfortunately, no more freespins can be won in freespin mode itself.
Disco Double on Your Mobile
Manufacturer iSoftBet has also launched a mobile version of this pokie machine for smartphones and tablets. After you have loaded the game via the lobby, you can activate a spin simply by clicking on the red arrow on the right. Exactly below this arrow is the coin symbol. There you can adjust your bets. On the left side of the pokie you can also open the game control menu. Due to the very simple gameplay, you can also play this game well on smaller mobile devices.
Disco Double is designed very much in retro style. Fans of classic pokie machines will certainly like the design of this game. Also in the area of the additional features this game is kept quite simple. Apart from the freespin feature, this pokie has no additional extras to offer. We think this is a bit unfortunate, because the game gets monotonous and boring relatively fast. All in all, this pokie hasn’t caused us any particular storms of enthusiasm, as the game is generally kept a bit too simple. If you also want to try pokies from iSoftBet, you might want to take a closer look at Skulls of Legends or Boosters.