Net Entertainment follows a different process than a lot of game developers when it comes to their games. Instead of starting with a theme and then coming up with features to fit it, they often come up with a feature and then build the game around that feature. It might seem a little backwards at first, but Neon Staxx is a good example of this approach working extremely well. This game has a retro theme with multiple animals and a really great feature that drives the majority of the game play.
This video slot uses five reels with four rows. This is a slightly different layout than you normally see with video slots. The game uses 20 paylines, which are fixed, and the ability to bet as many as 10 coins on each individual payline. Coins start at $0.01, the normal bottom for NetEnt-powered games, and go up to the $0.50 level. The minimum bet per spin in this game is $0.20 apiece, and you can bet a ton of different increments worth as much as $100 per spin.Play this video slot
The wild symbol shows up on all five paylines. Five of them in a row give you a payout worth 200x. Note that pays in this game only work from left to right. The four predator symbols are the top symbols in this game. The lion gives 100x for five of a kind, the bear pays 75x for five, five of the eagle wins 50x and five of the snake gets you 40x. The lower symbols are A, K, Q and J which have lower pays.
Scatters and Features
During your play, the SuperStaxx feature allows randomly-selected stacked symbols to show up on your reels. This gives you better chances for big multi-line wins, and that's why the relatively low payouts for the wins listed above don't tell the whole story for this game. Three or more scatters will get you between 10 and 20 free turns, and during this bonus feature, only the wild symbol and predator symbols (ie: the higher-paying symbols) will come up for the stacked symbols to give you a bit more value than you would get in the normal game.