BGaming is hoping to leverage the growing popularity of casual games by showcasing original mechanics with random multipliers in its latest release, Aviamasters

The game sees players place their desired stake before an aeroplane takes off on an aircraft carrier sitting above the ocean. This plane then flies through the sky, starting with a multiplier of x1 and flying into various additive and multiplicative values that enhance the plane’s multiplier. 

The plane can fly into multipliers of x2, x3, x4 or x5, which will add to the plane’s multiplier value, as well as additive values of plus one, two, five or 10. 

However, the plane can also fly into rockets that sit in the air. Each time the plane flies into a rocket, its multiplier value will decrease by 50 per cent. 

Eventually, the plane will begin to fall out of the sky, and it is required to land on one of the many aircraft carriers that sit above the ocean at the bottom of the screen for player’s to claim the plane’s multiplier as winnings. 

If the plane manages to land safely on one of the aircraft carriers, its multiplier value – which will have been enhanced by multipliers and additive values in the sky – will be applied to the player’s stake. 

On the other hand, if the plane fails to land safely, its multiplier value will be lost and the player will finish the game round empty-handed. 

Mikalai Dzeneladze, Chief Casual Game Producer at BGaming, commented: “Casual games have become one of the most popular genres in our portfolio over the last year, and Aviamasters really injects originality into this line-up with its unique and unpredictable mechanics.

“Additionally, we have focused heavily on graphics and sound, to ensure that the aircraft’s journey across the sky keeps players engaged as they hope for its safe landing.” 

Aviamasters uses an RTP of 97 per cent, with players able to claim a maximum win of x250 their preferred stake. The game also offers four different game speeds, allowing for players to get through rounds quicker, or slower, if they desire. 

For readers wishing to test out the Aviamastrer demo, they can click here to be directed to BGaming’s official website.