Quickspin tells players to forget Lapland this Christmas and join them at the Crystal Prince in their latest slot title.
Crystal Prince, a six-reel slot, combines volatile gameplay with a ‘fresh’ maths model and the chance to win 11,500x a player’s bet.
Any win will trigger the snowfall feature and expand the reel grid by one row of new symbols. Extra rows are awarded as long as there are new winning combinations occurring, with up to eight rows. Once there are no additional winning combinations, the total win is awarded.
When the reel grid reaches eight rows of symbols for the first time, the Blizzard Seal is broken. When this seal breaks, one to three Wild Frost Multiplier Wilds will spawn on the reel grid and activate the Blizzard Mode.
This mode will lock all the winning symbols and the Wild, Bonus Scatter, and High symbols in place. All unlocked symbols are removed, and the remaining symbols tumble downwards. Extra symbols tumble in to fill the empty positions on the reel grid. The Blizzard Mode will continue as long as there are extra winning symbol combinations.
If the player gets up to six Bonus Scatter symbols, they will be awarded up to 20 free spins. A mix of one to four Wild Frost Multiplier Wilds and Wild Frost Wilds will be awarded at the start of each free spin. Two Bonus Scatters re-triggers, awarding three extra free spins.
WHAT THEY SAY
Lead games developer at Quickspin, Clint Andersson, commented: “We wanted to create a fresh and exciting math model with a higher maximum exposure than usual, so we developed some new features to expand the ways in the game. This gives players a sense of progression while building on their win, and then they get a nice bang when reaching their meta goal.
“Our vision was to create a winter game for everyone, whether you celebrate Christmas or not. We wanted a character that could be tied in with both the game features and the magical feelings of winter, to make him likeable for a wider audience, so we came up with this awesome character based on old Scandinavian folklore – the Crystal Prince.”