|Game:||She’s Got It||Paylines:||20|
|Manufacturer:||Nextgen Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.10 – £100.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||9Unknown||Game Type:||Video Slot|
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If you play at 888 Casino (and why wouldn’t you?) then you’ll know that they produce a range of games which are only available on their mobile platform. These are games designed specifically with the touch screen in mind and She’s Got It by Nextgen Gaming is one more example; it’s a 1980s girl band-themed game with some colourful graphics and two bonus features.
She’s Got It is a five reel and twenty payline online slot decked out in plenty of neon; pink is the order of the day and the text box underneath the reels periodically displays typical song lyrics from cheesy 1980s tunes – ‘Hey DJ! Pump Up The Volume‘ & She’s ‘Your Fire! YOUR DESIRE!’. The soundtrack makes a decent stab at contemporary sounds.
The main symbols are some 1980s badges, an original cassette walkman, a gold disc and our girl band; lower values are the standard 10, J, Q, K and A accessorised with items such as a floppy disc and a gamer’s joystick.
Special symbols include the female singer who represents the wild and a television which acts as the scatter.
The key to the free spins is landing three or more of the televisions anywhere in view; you will now receive 12 of those free spins and anything you win during this round will be tripled.
Landing three more televisions during this round will re-trigger the spins.
Pick And Win
The second feature here is called Pick & Win and it’s triggered by landing the wild girl symbols anywhere on reels one and five on the same spin.
You will now be asked to pick one of those symbols which will award a random prize proportional to your bet. That amount can be up to 100x your stake and it’s also possible that you will be awarded an extra pick.
This feature can also be triggered while playing the free spins.
This is a well-designed mobile slot and it’s something that will certainly help you pass the time on your train journey to work. The features are relatively easy to trigger and the sound effects are not too grating.