Jazz themed slots always look stylish and sexy, and IGT’s own take on the genre certainly fits the bill.
The Big Easy was launched in 2017 as a take on the New Orleans jazz scene, and the casino software developers have pulled it off wonderfully.
With its realistic graphics, its funky music and its decent features, there is a lot to like about The Big Easy.
Look and feel
The Big Easy features hand-drawn but creative graphics, including live music posters, various jazz players and singers, bourbon, lobsters and oysters and neon signs, all of which lend a hand (alongside the audio) to promote the theme of this slot.
Even IGT’s traditional wagering menu bar has had a bit of a pep up to make it flashier.
They can, however, opt to wager anything from a floor bet of just 20p per spin, right up to a ceiling bet which is capped at £400 a spin.
If that doesn’t twist your arm, the fact that The Big Easy comes with a non-progressive jackpot worth 3,000 coins surely will.
The Big Easy neon sign acts as a wild symbol in this slot, and landing it can see the icon replace all others in the game, barring scatters.
Those scatters appear as moon symbols. Landing 3 or more on the reels is enough to trigger the slot’s bonus feature, a free games round.
In the feature, players can choose a jazz club to determine the number of spins they will start the bonus with, whilst selecting an instrument will determine the multiplier present in the bonus.