Tue, Sep 17, 8:02am by Staff Writer
Malta-based slots specialist, Booming Games, takes you on an exciting jungle adventure in its latest release, Aztec Palace.
This five-by-three-reel, fixed, 20-payline slot highlights the once advanced and prosperous civilization, with the palace of the late emperor Montezuma serving as the focal point for the game.
Players can look forward to plenty of features throughout the high volatility adventure, including Bursting Wilds, which can appear on any reel and turns itself and up to eight symbols into a Wild Symbol, World Casino Directory reports.
The Wild symbol substitutes for all other symbols with the exception of the Scatter symbol and the Bonus symbol; three or more Bonus symbols anywhere on the reels trigger the Pick a Skull feature; activate three or more Scatter symbols to earn bonus spins.
During extra spins, the reels only contain major symbols, bursting wilds, wilds and bonus symbols.
The game begins outside of the palace that is thought to have consisted of five interconnected buildings containing an office for the emperor, children’s and wive’s chambers, and a zoo.
Players can enter the bonus portal by landing three bonus symbols anywhere on the reels.
Upon entering the portal, they can choose one of four skulls to either win a cash prize; or land three additional scatter symbols which will active a dynamic number of Major Extra Spins.
When identical matching symbols appear consecutively on an active payline from left to right, you win.
Only the highest win on an active payline will be paid.
Commenting on the new online slot, Director of Product for Booming Games, Shane Cotter said, “with every release Booming Games is becoming increasingly important as a provider. This again is demonstrated with the quality of Aztec Palace, and the up and coming Colossal Fruit Smash.”
The leading business to business provider of proprietary content will soon make popular titles such as Booming Seven Deluxe, VIP Filthy Riches, Gold Vein and Colossal Vikings available to players of Cyprus-based operator Parimatch courtesy of a distribution agreement signed last week.
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Additionally, Booming recently inked a content supply deal with online casino operator SuprNation that will see the gaming content specialists’ titles go live with the Nordic-focused operator.
The provider’s current slot portfolio features more than 60 HTML5 slot titles, including player favourites such as Gold Vein, VIP Filthy Riches, Booming Seven Deluxe and released in July the Irish-themed Leprechaun’s Lucky Barrel.
Booming also recently released its beach-themed title, Surfin’ Reels, that transports players ocean-side to watch a hunky blonde dude brave the gnarly waves.
Spintec is celebrating after a successful installation of its Aura amphitheatre gaming setup in one of Sydney’s most prominent clubs earlier this year.
Casino Review reports that the installation happened in the first part of the year, with initial results very encouraging.
Spintec and its Australian distribution partner, Independent Gaming, have very optimistic plans for the Australian market.
“We went through a very long certification process, our research and development team invested a lot of time and effort and now we are very proud of what we have achieved,” regional sales manager at Spintec Primoz Krsevan said.
Spintec is very confident that the Aura amphitheatre solution will have great success in the Australian market.
Players love Aura’s incomparable comfort, dedicated space for personal belongings and drinks, widescreen and intuitive user interface and luxuriously soft natural materials, while the operators appreciate Aura’s customization options, modularity, compatibility and stability.
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