New Slots Announced By Quickspin
It's going to be a busy end to 2019 for online casinos games developer Quickspin. They have 3 new titles set for release, with Wild Chase: Tokyo Go coming in October, Golden Glyph set for November release and Polar Paws will bring festive joy in December.
Wild Chase: Tokyo Go
Set to storm into online and mobile casinos on 8th October, Wild Chase: Tokyo Go is a car racing themed game. It features a variety of beautiful vehicles, along with the brave drivers who pilot them around the streets of the Japanese capital. Players will find 76 ways to win running across the 3-3-4-4-5 reel layout.
Consecutive wins see the number of winning ways increase, with up to 259 possible combinations available during a 'Super Respin' feature. The maximum payout from Wild Chase: Tokyo Go is an impressive 2757x the total stake. Players can wager between 0.20 and 100.00 on each spin of this high-volatility, high-octane slot.
A trip to ancient Egypt is on offer from November, with the launch of Golden Glyph. A 7X7 grid of symbols leads to bonus features such as free spins and special 'Power Ups' which create further opportunities for big wins.
Golden Glyph is designed to resemble a classic puzzle matching game, such as 'Poyu Poyu'. It combines puzzle features with classic slots style to create something truely unique. Players can spin the reels of Golden Glyph for stakes of between 0.80 and 100.00 from 12th November.
The very first Christmas-themed release from Quickspin will be Poler Paws. It comes out on December 10th and sees a generous elf joined by cuddly polar bears. The wild bears trigger special wild symbol features, like multipliers and a 'Bears Go Wild' round.
Free spins will help players get into the festive spirit, with maximum wins of up to 819x the total bet on offer. Stakes start at just 0.25 per spin, topping out at 100.00.
Look out for these and the rest of the Quickspin range at online and mobile casinos over the rest of 2019.
Source - Press Release - Upcoming games from Quickspin quickspin.com/news 29th September 2019