Brondby Automaten 1964 slot - Free Play - Game Review
Brondby Automaten 1964 is a video slot from Spigo - and, if you’re in any way familiar with Danish football, you’ll probably recognise the name itself, as it’s one of the country’s top football teams.
OK, so while Brondby Automaten 1964 don’t hold quite as much notoriety as, say Manchester United or Arsenal, the team are well-respected in the Danish league, and it should come as no surprise to learn that this slot is themed all around football!
With a maximum win of 600X available, it’s not the biggest-win-potential game we’ve ever seen from Spigo - but nonetheless, read this review to find out why we recommend you do give the slot a try!
The first bonus to be found within the slot, is the random Brondby wild symbol, and when this lands in view, it will transform into an identical symbol (bar the scatters, or bonus symbols).
The main feature itself takes the form of a penalty kick feature, and this is triggered by landing 3, 4, or 5 of the scatter symbols anywhere in view. Once you manage to do so, you’ll be taken to a penalty shoot out, where your keeper must save the opponents penalties!
The more you save, the more you win - and the game ends once 5 penalty shots have been taken.
There’s also a free-spins bonus round, and this is triggered by landing another 3, 4, or 5 of the scatter symbols anywhere in view at which point you’ll be awarded 10 free-spins. During the free-spins, there’s no sticky wilds or anything like that, but any wins you manage to make are subject to a 3X multiplier - and this is more than enough to keep the majority of players happy!
What’s more, it’s also possible to re-trigger the free-spins, and to do so, you simply need to land yet another 3, 4, or 5 of the scatter symbols anywhere in view during the bonus. Do so, and you’ll find that an additional 10 spins are automatically added to your remaining total!
Pros: The game’s great for those who like football - particularly Danish leagues.
Cons: If you don’t have much of an interest in footie, you’ll probably want to stay clear of this one!