It’s just a few days now until September and with the impending new month we have details of two new titles from Microgaming.
The two titles are 108 Heroes Multiplier Fortunes and Gnome Wood and here we provide you with information as to what both have to offer.
The first of the two titles from Microgaming is set to be launched on 6th September and is a sequel to the original 108 Heroes slot.
The new game boasts less reels than the original, three instead of five, and has nine paylines.
It has a distinctly Asian feel and is based on a 14th century folk tale from China. At first glance, it looks like an old style pub slot with the classic symbols like lucky 7’s and bars. Then you notice the multipliers…
Land a wild multiplier on the middle reel and you will activate the Respin Feature. All wins are double meaning you can create wins of up to 10x your original stake.
If we’re honest, it doesn’t have the playability that we’re looking for but that’s not to say it won’t hold appeal for many casino players when launched.
Gnome Wood was released on 23rd August and is more up our online gaming street.
The slot is a collaboration between Rabcat and Microgaming and takes you on a trip to a fantasy world. There are five reels and a total of 25 paylines in this magical themed slot.
Set in a haunted forest, you will find a selection of creatures, spells, flowers and stone engravings on the reels.
The game has two bonus features, the Wandering Wild and Free Spins, both of which help improve the winning potential when activated.
Every time a wild lands on any of the reels, the wild does as the name suggests and wanders. It will move one position to the left and then the reels will re-spin will start, with the wild sticking.
The re-spins continue until no more wilds land on the reels.
These are activated by landing three free spins features on the reels. 10 are awarded and this can be re-activated by landing another three free spin symbols.
The Wandering Wilds feature is active in the free spin rounds.
In summary, Gnome Wood is more up our street but still doesn’t have the bells and whistles by way of features that we prefer.