Excessive 5 Video games unveils Fort of Fortune
5 January 2021
(PRESS RELEASE) — Main unbiased on line casino video games supplier Excessive 5 Video games has revealed the most recent addition to its Spin-crease video games whereas introducing a model new characteristic.
The 3×5 reel slot consists of Tumbling Reels, in addition to Double, Triple, and, introducing, Quadruple Cut up Symbols, which will increase the potential of extra symbols on a typical payline.
Jerry Wilson, VP of Artistic at Excessive 5 Video games, mentioned:
“Branching out with this whimsical artwork fashion, we sought to create a world of mystic kingdoms and dragons, with a light-hearted tackle a kingdom below siege by this legendary beast”
H5G’s Spin-crease characteristic offers gamers the prospect to win huge as they unlock upgraded Double, Triple, and Quadruple Cut up Symbols.
Gamers will undoubtedly benefit from the Spin-crease characteristic which will increase their probabilities of hitting larger wins after they unlock upgraded Cut up Symbols. They will rating extra symbols on a payline after they improve all symbols to Quadruple Cut up Symbols.
Phil Welty, Head of Sport Design at Excessive 5 Video games, mentioned:
“Fort of Fortune takes the Spin-crease characteristic to the following degree. As gamers play the sport they unlock more and more useful break up symbols, progressing from double to triple and ultimately quadruple symbols! Simply as in previous Spin-crease video games, the participant’s progress is everlasting, serving to to drive long run engagement, however this model of the characteristic gives larger symbols to unlock than any we have beforehand launched. We consider this recreation has the potential to develop a fair bigger and extra devoted fanbase than our earlier Spin-crease hit, Triple Double Da Vinci Diamonds.”
These options mixed with superb mystical graphics will hopefully be an amazing success for our operator companions. Fort for Fortune can be globally out there to H5G’s complete community of partnering operators on Tuesday, 5 January.