New Slots Launch from NetEnt, Play’n GO and CORE Gaming
Three iGaming studios, all of which have already had a tremendous year, won’t leave us in peace until we get a share of their new game releases. Here’s a quick rundown of each one, from Play’n GO, NetEnt and CORE Gaming.
Following Play’n GO’s release of the Super Flip game, the company is excited to launch its new 243-ways creation 7 Sins. What Johan Tornqvist, Chief Executive Officer of Play’n GO, believes is "the perfect title to round off a fantastic 12 months for the company”, features 7 sins: Greed, Wrath, Lust, Gluttony, Envy, Sloth and Vanity. Presented to us in the form of seductive women, the game turns them alive in a Free Spins feature, where they also appear stacked.
Other than that, the new Play’n GO slot also features traditional and Double Wild symbols, which magnify wins by up to 700x. A Second Chance feature is also there to surprise you when just two Scatters land in view, being short of just one from the bonus. That in mind, the game is already live across the numerous recommended casinos.
We know how serious NetEnt takes their games, but when they say “one of NetEnt’s biggest in-house creations” and “an animation-heavy production with mass audience appeal”, we know it’s going to be surreal. That’s the truth about their new 30-line warrior slot called Warlords: Crystals of Power.
The game went live yesterday, on 24th November, and tells a story of four characters, each one with unique set of bonus features. That pertains to Wild symbols – triggering random Wild appearances – as well as Free Spin bonuses, which are boosted either with more spins, win multipliers or wilds. Be sure to give it a go at one of the featured NetEnt casinos today to get a first-hand experience and win up to a million coins.
If you have an account with Sky Vegas, then here’s some more good news for you. From the Birmingham headquartered iGaming studios, CORE Gaming, comes the exclusive and unique 7-reel slot with 50 paylines. It’s called Rolling Stone Age and it features 3 progressive jackpots that are seeded at £3,000, £10,000 and £20,000, plus a fixed top prize of £250,000.
While the game’s RTP is quite low (92%-94.09%), it’s quite normal for a progressive slot, which is unlike any other. Its stone age symbols pay from the middle (not left or right), has two random bonuses and three different Free Spin features with extras.
That said, there’s no rest for this week either. So as you go shopping and decide to take a break, know that the games are available on mobile as well. Let us know what you think of them in the comments.