Some of the world’s most historical pieces of art have been given a modern makeover in BGaming’s latest slot title, Izzi Art, a collaboration with IZZI Casino.
Izzi Art is a 5×5 reel slot with scatter-pays and a maximum win of up to x10,200 the player’s wager.
96.11 per cent
Low value symbols are represented by letters of the Greek alphabet, with delta, omega, psi, epsilon and sigma. If the right number of winning combinations land on a single spin, these symbols will offer respective payouts.
Meanwhile, modernised versions of famous artworks depict the high value symbols, with Girl with the pearl earring, Mona Lisa, Michaelanego’s David and Venus de Milo all featured.
Medusa depicts the scatter symbol for this slot, triggering the free spins game mode if four or more land on the same spin. Landing four, five or six scatters will respectively award 10, 20 or 30 free spins.
During these free spins, vases can appear with multipliers ranging from x2 to x100. These multipliers will be applied to any wins that occur on the same spin that they appear on.
Landing three or more scatters in a single free spin will award an additional five free turns.
Furthermore, cascading wins occur throughout the game. This causes winning symbols to disappear after providing their payouts, making way for new symbols to drop in and increase the win potential.
Players can buy access to the free spins feature, while also being able to select an ante bet option that doubles their chances of landing scatters. Activating this x2 ante bet option will increase the player’s stake by 25 per cent without impacting paytable prizes.
WHAT THEY SAY
Nikita Zavadsky, Product Manager Brand Exclusives at BGaming, commented: “This eclectic, thought-provoking new release shows the hugely creative results made possible by our customisable offerings.
“The artwork and soundtrack are unforgettable and unlike anything we have produced before. After developing Izzi Art in collaboration with our valued partner IZZI Casino, we have already seen it is highly popular with their players, and can’t wait to see how much a wider audience loves it.”
To have a go at the Izzi Art demo, click here.