You get to choose the value of each coin for the 20 lines that your bet covers. You can bet as little as 0.20 per spin or as much as 100 per spin. It's a normal range for slot machine bets, and most competitors offer the same choices.
The best wins in the game can be worth up to 25 times the bet on each line. For this to happen, there must be five wilds in place. The base game can pay out up to 500 times the bet, which is $50,000. But the game also had 8x multipliers during its Mega Spins, so the slot could be a lot better than it is now.
The RTP for Neon City is said to be 96.25%, which is a good number for a modern slot. Neon City is based on old-school slots, but it has 5 reels like a modern video slot. It has classic symbols like fruits and bars on its reels. The only thing that's different is that the symbols are made of neon and look like signs you'd hang on a wall. Along with scatters and wilds, there will be blue 7s, Bar logos, oranges, plums, lemons, and cherries. It's a good design, but I wouldn't get too excited about it.
You can count on the Wild logo to come up and help you more than once. This symbol can stand in for other symbols and also give you wins on its own if you get it more than once on the same line. It gives out the most money, up to 25 times the bet for each winning combination.
The Free Spins are advertised as a feature that gives the player multipliers that go up, up to a maximum of 8x. If you get 3 to 5 scatters, you'll get 10 to 20 free spins. The multiplier starts at 1x and goes up to 3x after you win two rounds in a row. After that, it goes up to 9x.
Neon City also has Mega Spins, which have their own fixed multipliers that increase wins by 8x. To get to this level, you need to collect more and more symbols. There will also be symbols that make the metre go down a notch when they show up.