Disco Danny slot review (Netent)

disco-danny slot review

Disco Danny is a flashy disco Netent slot, where you put on your roller skates and your best glittery suit. Saturday Night Fever, who hasn’t enjoyed that classic? Who didn’t go to one of these 70’s parties? The dressed-up parties with the 70’s disco music, the wigs, and the glitter suits.

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This slot reminds me of that glorious era.

You will get right into full 70’s disco-mode, thanks to the entertaining background music and the flashy background.

The main star of this show isn’t John Travolta, but our own Disco Danny!

However, the most wanted symbols are the silver and golden disco balls.

Can you dance your way to big prizes? Who knows! 


Disco Danny slot – Gameplay and Features

The main game has 3 reels with 3 symbols each, and there are 5 fixed paylines.

It all seems a bit out-dated. But with such a theme, you would expect retro-like gameplay, anyway.

The premium symbols are Disco Danny (in a flashy white and gold outfit), his cheap knockoff, the red sevens and a pair of roller skates.

But what gets you dancing are the silver-coloured disco balls (the scatter symbols). If you spin 3 of them, you activate the free spins.

Free spins bonus round – at least three free spins and hope you can dance on the top floor

You start with three free spins.

You’ll see golden disco balls appearing on the screen. These disco balls all have a cash prize ranging from 1x to 50x the bet. By the way, you’ll soon notice that, in most cases, those prizes are usually 1x, 2x or 5x the bet. The 50x is quite unique.

At the start of the free spins, the three silver disco balls you spun in the first place are transformed into golden balls. That helps!

Then (at least that’s what you hope), more golden balls will appear on the screen. When a new golden ball appears on the screen (or shall we say dancefloor?), the counter with the free spins is reset.

The free spins end when no new golden balls appear on the reels three times in a row.

The reward at the end is the sum of all the cash awards of the balls. Your maximum win is 450x the bet (9 balls of 50x).

Progress to the upper dancefloor for big multipliers

If you manage to fill the dance floor with 9 balls, you move on to Level 2 of the free spins. The next dance floor, so to speak.

There you’ll get another three free spins, with all cash prizes multiplied by 2. You can win up to 900x the bet.

If you manage to fill the dance floor with the 9 balls again, you go to level 3. The multiplier is now 3x the bet. You can win a maximum of 1,350x the stake here.

At level 4, the multiplier is 5x, and at level 5 (the last level), the multiplier is 10x.

At level 5 (the upper dancefloor), you can theoretically dance yourself to a fantastic win of 4,500x the total stake.

Payout Percentage (RTP)

Disco Danny’s payout percentage is 96.04%. It’s above 96%, but it’s not spectacular.

Disco Danny slot – the variance (volatility) is medium to high.

In theory, you can bag a win of 9,000x the bet. If you get all five levels full of golden balls and all balls have a cash prize of 50x the bet.

Sadly, we can safely crush that dream right now; it’s never going to happen.

The variance is medium to high. Most top wins will be between 500x and 1,000x the bet.

Pros and cons



  • If you like 70’s disco music, this slot is entertaining.
  • You get into the Saturday Night Fever mood!
  • The game is not too complicated. It fits perfectly with a 70’s theme.


  • The free spins bonus is a little dull and ends within 20 seconds if you don’t fill the whole screen with the golden balls.
  • The slot is quite volatile. If you don’t land a big win, you’ll most likely be on the losing end.
  • It’s a clone of Netent’s Super Striker slot.
  • The respins bonus has been done a trillion times now.

So, who will like the slot? And who won’t?

This Netent slot is suitable for players who appreciate a slot with a Saturday Night fever theme. It’s not overly complicated but entertaining, nonetheless.

Yes, it can indeed be an excellent disco party if you grab a big win. That’s possible here.

Disco Danny might be a bit too straightforward for players who prefer more complicated gameplay and features.