For guys hoping this Microgaming offering was a party scene packed with women taking advantage of free admission at the door you might want to check another club. Instead Ladies Night is a game for ladies stepping out for the evening.
Ladies Night is a five-reel, nine-payline game with no progressive jackpot. These ladies require a good bit of upkeep but this game, with free spins and multipliers, can cover the bill.
The ladies are ready to party, putting on the Ritz as they used to say when Louis Armstrong was blowing his horn. We see harlot red lipstick and perfume and flashy handbags as they get ready to light up the town. At the club we see the requisite mirror ball, cocktails galore and that cliche of every such outing – the thickly muscled beefcake attired only in a bow tie serving up the drinks. All the while the steady beat of 1970s disco blares in the background. it’s party time!
If this evening is going to be a success there will be plenty and plenty of spins involved – on and off the dance floor. The mirrored Disco Ball is working hard. It is playing the role of the Wild and not only substitutes for other symbols as needed but doubles the return on any winning combo it is a part of.
The star of any ladies night is the hunky Waiter and he can never show up at the table too often. In Ladies Night he is the scatter and if three Waiters appear at the women’s beck and call you are off on a 15-spin bonus. The triggers are still in play during the bonus round and there is a 3X multiplier on all scores during the 15-spin freebie. Thanks, Mr. Chippendale.
If your wallet is still a little light while the night drags on there is a Gamble Feature. You can take your winnings and double them by picking a red or black card or quadruple it by guessing the right suit. However the night ends you can’t say Ladies Night didn’t give you a chance to pick up the tab.