Lightning Box has let the stars guide players to spiritual riches in its soon-to-be released slot Divine Stars, launched exclusively with Rank Group and integrated via Light & Wonder.
Divine Stars is a 5×3, 25-payline slot that integrates a Hold ‘n’ Spin feature, alongside a free games mode.
96.19 per cent
Lightning Box’s Chinese themed slot title includes traditional A-10 royal symbols, wrapped in lotus flowers. These are the low value paying symbols, which awards the player between x2 and x100, the player’s original bet, depending on the number of matching symbols that land in a single spin.
Moving higher up in value, the Chinese fire lantern, red envelopes, traditional Chinese ship and a bowl of gold coins are the titles medium value symbols, which offer the player between x50 and x200 the stake placed.
Again, similar to the low value symbols, the winnings depend on the correct matching symbols landing on the grid.
The highest value regular symbol is the girl with a koi fish. This provides the player with x75 the bet placed for a winning combination of three and x500 for a five-of-a-kind win.
Moreover, the game comes with wild symbols, which substitutes for all symbols, except the Scatter Divine Star, and appears on reels two, three and four.
Furthermore, the aforementioned scatter is used to trigger the Hold ‘n’ Spin mode and the Divine Pick Bonus. Landing two, three or four, will activate the former whilst five scatters will open the latter. Additionally, landing a five-of-a-kind win will award x20 the original bet.
During the Hold ‘n’ Spin round, the reels that included the Scatter Divine Star, are held, with the remaining reels re-spun three times. When additional scatters land on the grid, they are held and respins are reset back to three.
This round will continue until the respins are finished or until five scatters are held. Once this occurs, the Divine Pick Bonus is activated.
Within this mode, seven stars will be presented for the player to pick for the number of free spins – between five and 10. In addition, players will also need to choose a multiplier – between x3 and x10.
If a player is unsatisfied with their revealed choices, they have a choice to swap one for both the free spins and multipliers.
WHAT THEY SAY
David Little, CPO at Lightning Box, said: “Divine Stars positions the player’s interaction as a key part of its gameplay. We want our players to be engaged by the title’s lovingly crafted theme and the max win available.
“However, we also want to provide players with an active role when playing Divine Stars and their choice based around risk and reward decisions have a huge impact on the free spins round.”
Rob Procter, VP of Game Development at Light & Wonder, added: “We are delighted to welcome Divine Stars to our stable of games.
“The combination of a huge max win present in a popular Asia themed title will be a hit with slot enthusiasts and we look forward to seeing the reception the game receives upon release.”
To play a demo version of Divine Stars, click here.