Travel the plains of an African desert in Lightning Box’s latest roaring slot title, Silver Lioness4x, which is to be launched exclusively with Rush Street.


Out now




Silver Lioness4x is a 5×4 reel slot with 1,024 ways to win and bonus features including diamond scatters and wild trees.






Low value symbols in the game come in the form of the high end of a deck of cards, with 9 through to A. If the right amount of matching combinations land on a single spin then these symbols will offer a winning payout. 

Other higher-paying symbols include zebras, meerkats, tribeswomen, hippos and silver lionesses. These symbols will offer a bigger payout if the right amount of winning combinations land on a single turn. 

Wild tree symbols can appear during the base game on reels two, three and four. These wilds can substitute for any symbols other than the diamond scatter.

Wild cubs can appear in the free spins mode, offering a range of multipliers up to x4, to enhance winning combinations that the cubs align with.

Additionally, diamond scatters are available, triggering the free spins bonus is three or more land on the reels at once.

With the free spins feature, players can multiply winning spins by up to x36 using the wild cubs. 

An initial 20 spins are awarded to the player, but landing an extra two diamond scatters on the same free spin will retrigger another five free spins.


Michael Maokhamphiou, Operations Manager at Lightning Box, said: “We are proud to launch Silver Lioness4x, a game that exhibits all our flair for combining first-class themes with exceptional underlying mathematics.

“Fans of its sister game Silver Lion are sure to love this timeless video slot, which has plenty of features and entertainment to draw in new players and keep veteran slots fans engaged.”

Rob Procter, VP Game Development at Light & Wonder, added: “Silver Lioness4x builds upon the popular Silver Lion franchise of games whilst providing a host of new game features and mechanics for fans to enjoy. We look forward to seeing players’ reception to this release.”