Disco Night online pokie review [letsreview postid=\"$id\"] Posted on December 12, 2019January 8, 2020 by Erika Cleopatra In the world of online pokie machines, there are a lot of themes that are very popular to the point in which they are actually overused. This is the main reason why themes like fruity, diamond-themed or Asian have produced a lot of instant-hits over the years, but also a lot of duds, so to speak. Disco Night online pokie surely is not that type of pokie, as the increased success of this game makes it an undeniable hit. CQ9 gaming, however, has attempted, and actually quite succeded at creating a combination online pokie of fruits and diamonds, resulting in a game that has a lot of features that will make you want to enjoy it, not to mention no less than 243 ways to win. Not an unknown developer by any stretch of the imagination, but certainly not able to compete with huge players like iSoftbet, Netent, Microgaming and others, Taiwanese developer CQ9 gaming has released quite a lot of instant hits over the years, despite its relatively small status in the online pokie world. Based in the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, CQ9 Gaming has a huge staff that consists of hundreds of developers, mathematicians, designers, and programmers whose sole purposes are to develop games that are both popular and wildly enjoyable for both beginners and professional players. With online pokies that encompass a lot of the features that have made iSoftBet, Microgaming and others famous, CQ9 is the developer that gave us games like Rave High, Treasure Bowl, Running Toro, Happy Rich Year, Muay Thai and Apollo, amongst others of course. Disco Night is not a fruit machine by any means, being better represented as a combination between multiple themes, from the fruity, diamond and riches themes all coming together to form an online pokie that entices both beginners and seasoned veterans. Most of the symbols are consisting of BAR and 7 icons and symbols, but there are also lower-tiered symbols like cherries and other fruits. The single BAR option pays between 10 and 100 if you get 3 of a kind, although the more symbols you get, the bigger the payout you are awarded. The BAR-BAR-BAR symbols, though, pay between 15-125 coins, while the purple star pays a maximum of 125 coins. The higher limited symbols are the bells, with a range of 30 to 200 coins, the cherries, with 40-250, the blue and the red sevens. The blue one pays between 50-300 while the red seven pays from 75 to 400 coins, thus being the bigger draw and bigger payout. In Disco Nights, the glittery yellow diamond is the wild that will animate the game and make it more interesting as the spins continue. For the bonus feature, you will need diamonds on every reel. The standard free spins feature consists of 12 free spins, and it also comes with a multiplier based on the number of spins there are in your feature.