Naughty Girls Cabaret Slot Review
I’ve tried burlesque dancing before, and let me tell you, it did NOT go well. Aside from the fact that I’m naturally uncoordinated, I’m also not the sexiest person. I think people would describe me as “cute” but “sexy”? Not so much. Like, really. It was kind of a joke and I’d never do it again, but more power to the ladies that do.
Naughty Girls Cabaret is a 5-reel, 20-payline video slot powered by software from Evoplay. This slot is, obviously, cabaret themed so you can expect loads of enticing ladies on the reels. Symbols include four gorgeous girls (one in red, one in silver, one in white, and one in pink), and royal values from 10 to Ace. The bonus is represented by a mask, the Scatter by a perfume bottle, and the wild by “WILD.”
The controls are pretty user-friendly but let’s run through them. Below the reels you’ll find Info, Bet+/-, Coin Value +/-, Max Bet, Auto Spin, and Spin.
So, what features can you expect from Naughty Girls Cabaret? Wild: Wild substitutes for all symbols except Scatter and Bonus, and appears only on reels 2 and 4. If 2 Wilds extend over the reels, respins are triggered.
Landing 3 or more Scatters triggers 20 Free Spins. After Free Spins, you can pick one of 3 bonuses (x2 multiplier, x3 multiplier, or extra 20 free spins) to be awarded. Furthermore, landing 3 bonus symbols activates the bonus game. Here you’ll need to click start, which will get the machine going. It will randomly select crystal balls which hide different prizes. You’ll have four chances to win the biggest prize, after which the round will end.
If you’re even vaguely attracted to women, this slot is the one for you. It boasts cartoonish graphics with Jessica Rabbit-esque characters, a sexy-jazzy soundtrack, and it’s available to play on any device.
The max coin win is 5000.
Look, I might not have been great at burlesque but I’m a pretty good punter. Naughty Girls Cabaret really has everything you need from a slot - it offers exciting bonus features, huge wins, and enough sexy girls to go around (maybe shouldn’t have phrased it like that but I’m going with it).