NetEnt Takes Players To Temple of Nudges Slot
NetEnt are taking players on an exciting adventure through the jungle in the new Temple of Nudges slot game. This 5-reel slot has 243 ways to win running across it and a number of bonus features, such as stacked symbols and re-spins.
Join The Adventure Online
Temple of Nudges can be played on desktop computers and mobile platforms from just 0.25 per spin. Symbols include Aztec markings and figures carved in stone. It's all surrounded by snakes and jungle foliage.
Although the Temple of Nudges slot looks great, what's important is the gameplay and features. NetEnt have used their experience to deliver a top-quality game that delivers some impressive returns and fun bonus rounds.
Jungle Wildlife Rewards
Along with the Aztec symbols, you will see a monkey, sloth, armadillo, and jaguar. These animal symbols pay out the top prizes when landing across 3 or more reels from the left side. Each time you land a winning combination the special Nudge feature can be triggered. Once wins are paid out, the reels will automatically move up or down if it's possible to create new winning lines of symbols.
This nudge feature will carry on and one as long as it can create new winning lines for you.
If players land a winning sequence of symbols, a special respin feature can be triggered. Winning symbols lock in place while all other symbol positions will spin again, boosting the odds of getting yet another payout.
Since the company was launched in 1996, NetEnt has become one of the top suppliers of games and content to online and mobile casinos. Over 900 people work at their sites in Stockholm, Malta, Kiev Gibraltar, and New York.
“Temple of Nudges is a carefully designed and targeted slot game. It is not highly volatile, nor has the game low volatility. It has been designed specifically to deliver strong wins regularly, for players that want a great experience in a short game''Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Games.
Source - Press release - Adventure awaits in NetEnt' Temple of Nudges. www.netent.com/news 25th March 2019