Innovative slots and casino content supplier Kalamba Games has added another slot to their portfolio. Hong Bao is based around the Chinese tradition of giving gifts and good luck through red envelopes. This 5-reel, 50-payline game will be made available via the Relax Gaming platform, in desktop and mobile formats.
Push The Envelope
Hong Bao was a famous Chinese explorer, and the game celebrates his life and adventures. The setting is an old harbour, where ships are waiting to travel the known world. Overlaid onto this peaceful scene are the symbols in 4 rows. Richly-decorated playing card symbols return lower-value wins, while images of flowers, jewelrey boxes and vases pay out higher prizes.
Random walking wilds can appear in any spin. These move around the reels, completing winning combinations as they act as other symbols.
Players collect lucky envelopes along the way, with each envelope transferred to a collection meter, triggering bonus rounds once enough have been gathered. These bonuses can be played at Bronze, Silver, or Platinum levels. Each level of free spins has different rewards and volatility.
Game volatility can also be chosen via the popular HyperBet function that's seen across the Kalamba Games range. The HyperBonus option is also available, which gives players a shortcut to the free spins rounds.
About Kalamba Games
Founded in 2016, Kalamba Games is based in Malta, with a development studio in Krakow, Poland. The company is dedicated to bringing high-quality content to social and real-money casinos. A growing range and list of clients are turning Kalamba Games into a major player in the development of alternative content.
“Hong Bao is a fantastic game with stacks of exciting new and familiar Kalamba features that are sure to have players thrilled and engaged.Players can impact the game play in several ways including the volatility''Alex Cohen, chief operating officer and co-founder at Kalamba Games
Source - Press Release - Push the envelope with Kalamba Games' Hong Bao www.kalambagames.com/hongbao 20th March 2019