Once the singer takes the stage, surprises are just waiting in the wings. From drop icons to multipliers of 8x, this game always has something special in store. And that's just two of the surprises that await you.
Symbols in Opera Night may be easily recognized. You might have a harder time with others if you're not a big fan of operas. I believe it goes like this, though even I struggled with some. At the bottom of the paytable is Mozart. He pays 4 to 100 coins. After him, you have:
The young opera singer (Figaro) – 5 to 100 coins
The knight (Siegfried) – 6 to 100 coins
The mime – 8 to 125 coins
Aida – 10 to 200 coins
Cyrano – 15 to 300 coins
Madame Butterfly 20 to 400 coins
Barber of Seville – 25 to 500 coins
Pavarotti - 30 to 750 coins
Carmen - 10 to 5,000 coins
The conductor is a scatter that pays 8 to 64 times your bet and rewards you with the free spins bonus. More on that later.
Super Rounds Take Place During Free Spins
During the free spins, there is a trio of super rounds bonus features that may happen. To trigger them, you need that symbol to appear three times or be part of a winning pay line.
#1 - Cyrano is a drop icon. If he appears three times, the drop feature kicks in. Symbols in the winning combination drop off the screen and are replaced by new ones.
#2 - Brunnhilde is the Viking Queen and she awards you with the bonus round. She also pays 1 to 25x. Help her hit the highest note possible. The more glasses she's able to shatter, the more cash you win.
#3 - Carmen is a wild with a multiplier. When she's part of a winning combination, your winnings get multiplied by 8.
How Much Do You Have to Bet?
The highest amount you can risk in this music-themed slot game is $50 per spin. That's reached by risking 10 coins on each of the 20 pay lines and setting the coin value at 25 cents. You can drop the coin value to a penny and barely risk anything. Play Opera Night slots now and see if the opera singer will grant you a chance to win.