Habanero invites players to a South Korean nightscape with its latest metropolitan slot title, Soju Bomb.
Soju Bomb is a 5×3 reel slot with 243 ways to win and bonus features including a shot glass game mode that offers free spins.
Low value symbols are represented by four different shot glasses with yellow, purple, red and blue variants. If the right amount of winning combinations land on a single spin, these symbols can offer between x0.12 and x2 the player’s stake.
Next up, lemons, grapes and cherries depict the medium value symbols, offering between x0.6 and x10 the player’s preferred bet.
Peaches are used to represented the highest-paying symbol in the game. These symbols can offer between x1 and x20, depending on the amount of matching combinations that fall on one go.
Wild text symbols are also available, substituting for all symbols other than the bomb scatter. If a five-of-a-kind combination of wilds land on the same spin, they will offer a payout of x10.
Furthermore, bomb scatters can drop into play. Landing three or more of these on the same spin will trigger the Soju Bomb feature, while offering a payout between x2 and x50 dependent on the amount of scatters that land in a winning combination.
With the Soju Bomb feature, players are first tasked with swiping a shot glass in order for it to land in a beer glass. The player can win between five and 15 free spins from completing this mini game.
Players then have to repeat this to reveal a multiplier to be active for the duration of the free spins, which can be between x1 and x11, depending on how well the player does in this mini-game.
Once the shot glass game is over, players are taken to the free spins game mode which cannot be retriggered.
WHAT THEY SAY
Toni Karapetrov, Head of Corporate Communications at Habanero, said: “Put on your dancing shoes and enjoy a night to remember in our brand-new release, Soju Bomb!
“Our newest slot delivers an experience that our more mature players are guaranteed to enjoy, with Korea’s rich nightlife culture shining through and adding a real sense of variety to our offering.”
To try the Soju Bomb demo, click here.