Embracing the Halloween period, Evoplay has launched its latest slot title Rueda De Chile to celebrate the Day of the Dead.
Rueda De Chile is a 5×3, 20-fixed paylines slot, powered by Evoplay’s game engine, Spinential, that includes a money symbol, Catrina’s Magic feature and Wheel of Fortune mode.
95.95 per cent
Low value symbols in the game include four different coloured skulls – blue, pink, green and red. These provide the player between x0.5 and x10 the player’s bet, depending on the number of matching symbols that land in a single spin.
Medium value symbols come in the form of a tequila shot, taco, maracas and a guitar, offering between x2 and x90 the bet placed.
Finally, the highest value regular symbol is the moustached skeleton, offering x0.5 for a winning combination of two and x150 for a five-of-a-kind win.
Special symbols include the money symbol, which contains random cash values between x1 and x20 the wager placed, along with jackpots. In addition, Catrina is a three-row symbol that appears on the first reel in the base and free spins round.
In the game, if the players land the Catrina symbol on the first reel, it will trigger the Catrina’s Magic feature, which will see up to three rows added above reels two to five and reward money symbols drop to provide instant wins.
This offer continues if players land three scatter symbols, launching a Wheel of Fortune where players can win up to three jackpots: Mini, Major or Mega or free spins.
Users can win up to 20 free spins, during which Catrina’s Magic feature is activated more frequently, giving players a chance to win more, as she can throw up to three money symbols on random positions.
WHAT THEY SAY
Ivan Kravchuk, CEO at Evoplay, said: “It’s great to release another title that gives us the opportunity to celebrate the spooky season with our players.
“Although this release won’t scare players, with a pleasant cartoon-focused design and a host of mechanics that guarantee impressive wins, making this a very welcoming title.”
To play a demo version of Rueda De Chile, click here.