Tue, May 28, 8:39am by Staff Writer
Play’n Go’s new Mahjong 88 slot features an 8 x 8 grid, bringing to life a popular 19th century tile game.
Online Casino Reports is reporting that the game has seen many variations throughout the years and it’s been made available for play in numerous electronic iterations, but Play’n Go has gone a step further and created a casino slot featuring this well known theme.
Mahjong 88 is the company’s first game to feature the cluster pays systems, with symbols paying when they appear in clusters of at least four.
Players familiar with Mahjong will certainly recognise various tiles with dice-like numbers and other colourful flowers.
Despite being a new release, this slot has managed to preserve the original classic feel of this old tile game.
Once a winning combination is formed, the symbols are removed from the grid but instead of new ones cascading onto the reels, they’re uncovered from fresh tiles, which turn over to reveal what’s hidden on the other side.
The game comes rich in features and with the gameplay that keeps the players’ interest.
The play is divided into four seasons and each season brings its own type of wilds.
Upon completing a season, players are awarded the season bonus, which grows with every win.
The Mahjong Metre located to the right of the grid is filled every time there is a winning combination.
A total of 33 tiles need to be matched for one of four Fortune Frog features to be activated, namely spawn, croak, tongue and hop.
Once the first feature is activated, the metre will continue to fill up, moving towards Super Charge.
If at least 88 tiles are matched in the same spin, the Super Charge feature is activated and all round wins are multiplied by five.
Play’n Go’s Mahjong 88 is definitely an entertaining and different game that could capture attention of the players.
With an exciting gameplay and plenty of features, there is something always happening on the reels, which is exactly what most players are looking for in slots these days.
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Microgaming impressed with their first-up offering to Slingshot Studios, that it has been asked to commission a second slot machine game.
The Zombie Hoard slot went live just a few days ago after the success of the Cash of Kingdoms slot.
Zombie Hoard slot is a standard five reel video slot offering just a 9 pay-line playing format and structure.
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It features graphics and animatics that are first class, as well as fitting sound effects for those that fancy playing with the volume turned up nice and loud.
Microgaming has a recent history of appeasing its clients with quality and unique offerings.
It was set to change the way punters play table games with independent game studio Switch Studios set to develop content exclusively for the online gaming supplier.
Microgaming casinos are all licensed out of respectable gambling jurisdictions and feature a broad array of deposit methods, making them ideal and user-friendly for most players.
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There are plenty of titles to play, with a full collection of leading slots and casino games from this developer having over 500+ games for players to get to grips with.
Record-breaking progressive jackpot prizes and creative features such as randomly triggered bonuses are another way microgaming slots are delivering for punters.
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