The gang formed by Yggdrasil in Neon Villains Doublemax may not be the best choice for blending in during a heist, considering their neon-glowing eyes. The game follows a similar format to Raptor Doublemax, with a multiplying feature that increases with each Dropdown Win, and a wild symbol appearing with each dropdown. While the visuals in Neon Villains Doublemax are not as impressive as the dinosaur-themed Raptor Doublemax, the doubling multiplier action sets it apart from other slots. The multiplier in the bonus round never resets and can reach unlimited heights, increasing the potential win to 25,000x. Players have the option to activate the Golden Bet, doubling their chances of triggering the bonus round at an additional cost of 20% per spin. The premium symbols offer payouts ranging from 1 to 2.5 times the stake for 5 of a kind wins, and the wild symbol helps complete winning combinations. The Dropdown Wins mechanic removes winning symbols from the grid and replaces them with new or existing symbols dropping from above. A wild symbol is guaranteed to appear with each dropdown. The left-hand side Multiplier Trail doubles with each dropdown win. In the base game, the multiplier resets, but in the bonus round, it remains active. To trigger the Bonus Round, players need to land 3, 4, or 5 scatter symbols, which awards 7, 9, or 11 free spins, respectively. Unfortunately, there is no way to retrigger the feature or earn additional spins. Non-UK players have the option to purchase the bonus round for a price of 100x, 200x, or 500x, granting them 7, 9, or 11 free spins. The 3-minute highlights video showcases the base game before purchasing the top-tier bonus round, which grants 11 free spins with a high multiplier level. Although the heist theme in Neon Villains Doublemax feels generic and unexciting compared to Raptor Doublemax, the mathematical aspects of the game, such as the lowered hit rate but increased ways to win and maximum win potential of 25,000x the stake, make it superior. However, the engaging visual presentation of the original game is still preferred. Pros of Neon Villains Doublemax include the doubling multiplier feature and the unlimited multiplier potential in the bonus round. Cons include the generic heist theme and less visually appealing graphics compared to Raptor Doublemax.