Booming Games Releases Disco Bar 7s Slot

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Internet casino game developer Booming Games has announced the release of their newest game Disco Bar 7s, which brings classic symbols to your screen with a glittery twist.

The game is a 3 reel, 3 row classic style slot that has a colorful look of a 70s disco room. The game brings 7s and bar symbols to the screen, with different colors rounding out the different icons. The game's features are simplistic and include wilds and win multipliers. The game can be played on both desktop and mobile platforms.

Commenting on the game's release Booming Games CPO Jerry Seelig said, "Disco bar 7's will get you in a winning groove. With mixing and matching symbols, and scatter multipliers disco bar 7's is a party with every spin."

A video preview of the game has been released to YouTube and can be seen below:

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bgsharpe
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30 August 2018 - 10:23am
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Seems to me that would be one fun game even without being too fancy in Disco, never listen to that music before but yeah..I'm just getting older and I just wish something more canorous I guess.

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3 September 2018 - 9:45am
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This games appears good and simple variation of classic game.

Anyway, I don't really get attracted by 3 x 3 games online.

I remember that pooling a bar in land casinos was interesting at first, but after some dozens of spins, I always began to push buttons, hahaha 🙂