Random wilds and a bingo bonus feature in Gaming Corps’ latest Day of the Dead-themed slot title, Destino das Almas.
Day of the Dead
Destino das Almas is a 5×5 reel slot with 25-paylines and a maximum win of up to x5,000 the player’s bet.
94.22 per cent
Low value symbols are represented by the high end of a deck of cards, from 10 through to Ace. These symbols can offer between x0.2 and x2 the player’s bet, depending on the number of winning combinations that land on a single spin.
Next up, tequila shots, maracas and guitars depict the high value symbols, offering between x0.8 and x16 the player’s wager.
Skull scatters can appear, triggering the bingo bonus game mode when three or more drop into play.
Wild text symbols are also available, substituting for all symbols other than the two forms of skull scatters. Additionally, special colourful wilds can drop into play, causing another four to 24 wilds to be placed across the board, increasing the win potential of that spin.
When three or more scatters appear, the bingo bonus is activated. This causes players to be taken to an empty reel set, where only the triggering scatters appear on the board.
Players are then given three spins to land as many further scatters on the board as possible, with each skull that drops into play resetting the number of spins to three.
When more skulls appear, bingo lines can be formed vertically, horizontally and diagonally. Players then receive prizes for the number of lines they manage to form within the same bonus feature.
Throughout the bonus game, 12 bingo lines can be formed. After collecting so many lines, players can win access to a prize wheel. Depending on the number of lines collected before the feature finishes, the prize wheel can offer multiplied bet amounts from x12 to x40 the player’s stake, or jackpot prizes of mini (x50), minor (x150), major (x500) or grand (x5,000).
Furthermore, players can activate an enhanced bet feature, increasing their stake by 40 per cent in order to gain a higher chance of landing skull scatters. This will not impact paytable prizes.
WHAT THEY SAY
Connor Blinman, Head of Games at Gaming Corps, explained: “Our development team continue to work at pace, making sure we can launch hit releases time and again, and I’m sure Destino das Almas will be no exception, with its colourful aesthetic and innovative game mechanics.
“We are always looking for ways to improve what is already a premium portfolio of games, and this is another addition to our offering which will make the playing experience with our operator partners even more memorable.
“I look forward to offering Destino das Almas to players along with other new game launches we are planning for the end of the year, as our games content continues to go from strength to strength.”
To have a go at the Destino das Almas demo, click here.