Disco Danny Slot

disco danny slot

The new Danny Disco slot from NetEnt is a fairly basic slot with easy to follow bonus features and just 3 reels and 5 paylines. This isn’t to say that it’s not an enjoyable slot to play, in fact it looks great, as you would expect a 2020 slot release from NetEnt to do. Following a 70’s Disco theme our main protagonist, Disco Danny is the top symbol, dressed up looking a cross between Elvis and John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever it has a funky type of Psychedelic vibe to the game. Disco Danny is a High volatility slot which a theoretical maximum win of 4,500x which could be triggered in the free spins type bonus round. Though you’ve probably got more chance of winning the national lottery jackpot for 3 weeks in a row than landing that, but there’s always a chance . . . possibly! To see what I made of this game please read my full Disco Danny slot review or simply skip to the summary below along with the stats table for a quick overview.

Disco Danny Slot
  • Graphics
  • Bonuses
  • Gameplay
  • Sound
  • Value


Disco Danny is a simple slot to play lacking in confusing bonus rounds and getting back to the basic easy to follow format which many players, myself included, often enjoy. The bonus round has high potential when you manage to level up on the Multipliers but it’s also highly volatile so you need to be careful as those bonus free spins might well prove hard to land and leave you with little to show. Similarly, it could go the other way and and see your balance soar. Perhaps a good slot for the less experienced player who is looking for a higher risk/higher reward game. There’s also the issue of the variable RTP which you’ll need to check at the casino you play at as this can change from site to site and it ranges between 96.04% – 96.93%. 



  • Simple But Fun and Funky Design
  • Potential For Big Payouts


  • High Volatility Can See Long Dry Spells

Disco Danny Slot Stats


96.04% - 96.93%





Max Payout:


Min Bet:

0.1 Coin

Max Bet:

250 Coins





Release Date:

July 2020

Progressive Jackpot:


Free Spins and Bonus Features

Disco Danny has one base game modifier in place which is the Golden Disco Ball. You’ll want this to land as it gives you a random prize of 10x to 20x your stake. It can spin in at any time.

The free spins round is triggered by landing either 3 Silver Disco Balls, which are the Scatter Symbols, or by landing 2 Silver and one Gold Disco Ball. It isn’t your typical free spins bonus, instead you get the increasingly popular respins lock in feature. The symbols on the reels will be exclusively Golden Disco Balls, you get 3 respins and each time a new Golden Disco Ball lands in it will lock in place with a multiplier value attached to it and will then reset to spins to 3. If you get 3 respins without a new symbol landing in view then the feature is over and your will will be the combined value of all the multipliers which have locked in.

Level Up The Free Spins up To 10x Multiplier

You’ll also have the chance to level up the free spins, you start at a 1x Multiplier but if you fill the entire screen with Golden Disco Balls you then get to levelled up to a 2x and a fresh screen with a chance for new Disco Balls to drop in. You can level up through 2x, 3x, 5x right up to 10x. The maximum value any of the Golden Disco Balls can have attached to it is 50x, which in theory is a 4500x win.

Graphics and Sound

Whether or not you like Disco Danny will likely pivot on your tolerance for 70’s Disco Music. If you’re a fan then you’re in for a treat and will probably have the music on and turned up, also enjoying the visuals and psychedelic colours in the background.

The symbols consist of John Travolta/Elvis as your top man, who’ll pay a nice 500x for a full screen or 100x for a line. Then you have double bars, triple bars, roller skates, 7s, and then the golden and the silver disco balls. As you can see, there isn’t really all that much variation going on but the simple design is still appealing. When you hit the free spins round the background colour will also change from purple to a red, perhaps hinting at the money and wealth theme so many Chinese themes have attached to them. 

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