Cyberpunk City Slots

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Types5-reel, video, progressive

Cyberpunk City slots has absolutely stunning graphics with plenty of neon and animations. But, we did find that the constant motion caused the video slot game to lag from time to time. This futuristic slot game has 20 paylines and plenty of special features, and some are more valuable than others. Take a closer look at everything you should know about the game.

The Paytable and Payouts

With a number of bonus symbols and others, you need three or more symbols to win these prizes.

  • 9 and 10 – 0.25, 0.5, or 5
  • Jack and Queen – 0.25, 0.75, or 5
  • King and Ace – 0.25, 1, and 6.25
  • Man in VR Headset – 0.5, 1.25, or 7.5
  • Cyberpunk Female – 0.75, 2, or 10
  • Blue Cyborg – 2, 5, or 25
  • Man in Green – 2.5, 12.5, or 125

The Neon Red Wild is a 3x multiplying wild. It doesn’t have any value on its own.

Special Features in Cyberpunk City

If you get the icons Cyber and Punk together on the reels, the free spins bonus round begins. You win 10 free spins with a 3x multiplier applied to all winnings.

The Cyborg Expanding Wild is only on the third reel. He doesn’t have a value of his own, but he does help form winning combinations by filling the entire reel and replicating other symbols.

Another random feature is the Random Wild. In this feature, high-paying symbols randomly transform into wilds.

Finally, there is a progressive jackpot in Cyberpunk City. If you win it, it’s often well into the thousands when it’s awarded.

Did Our Experience During Our Test Match Our Expectations?

Before we could even start, we had to set the wager we wanted. Cyberpunk City slots betting options are:

  • 20 cents
  • 40 cents
  • $1
  • $2
  • $5
  • $10
  • $20
  • $40
  • $100
  • $200

You access them from the Betting Options button on the right side of the reels. We always give slot games a fair shot by making 10 spins. This time, we opened for a $10 wager, which was a total of $100 risked.

  • 6th spin - $30
  • 7th spin - $15

That was it. We’d only landed two winning spins out of 10, which is a 20% hit frequency for us. It wasn’t that impressive, though we did make $40 back. Our recommendation is to play Cyberpunk City for fun first and see what you think before you risk real money.