Fresh from inking a deal to merge into Swedish iGaming innovator Evolution Gaming Group AB and Australian online casino games developer Big Time Gaming Proprietary Limited has now announced the launch of its new Spicy Meatballs video slot.
The Sydney-headquartered firm used an official Wednesday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to describe its latest six-reel offering as a ‘sizzling fast-paced slot’ where ‘every bonus adds a spicy meatball’ that is now exclusively available to experience at Gibraltar and United Kingdom-licensed Unibet.co.uk courtesy of an integration with the platform from Relax Gaming Limited.
Big Time Gaming Proprietary Limited stated that its newest food-themed video slot comes complete with bonus, wild and multiplier symbols alongside ‘eleven mysterious ingredients’ including a pioneering Megaways mechanic that changes with every spin to offer punters anything up to a possible 117,649 ways to win. The company also pronounced that this potential can be further increased courtesy of the game’s Max Megaways function in addition to ‘a bunch of multiplying meatballs’ to present players with ‘up to millions of ways to win.’
To further increase this ‘recipe for success’ and the developer asserted that its Spicy Meatball video slot has ‘lashings of free spins’ that can be triggered by players amassing a minimum of five base game reactions. Big Time Gaming Proprietary Limited moreover detailed that such an outcome is destined to present online casino aficionados with eight bonus attempts that are guaranteed to begin with a wild while multipliers are subsequently held on the trigger to serve as the starting position for each reel multiplier.
Nik Robinson serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Big Time Gaming Proprietary Limited and he used the press release to proclaim that the mobile-friendly Spicy Meatballs furthermore comes with an attractive 96.57% return to player ratio and the potential to award players with prizes that could be worth up to 55,210 times their triggering stake. He additionally went on to disclose that the new five-row launch is the brainchild of the same team behind his firm’s earlier Donuts, Who Wants to be a Millionaire Megaways and Extra Chilli successes and is available to enjoy in a vast range of languages including German, French, Japanese and Spanish.
Read a statement from Robinson…
“I want to thank my hardworking team for again delivering a truly awesome game in Spicy Meatballs. At Big Time Gaming Proprietary Limited we have painstakingly put together a team of the most talented people in the industry and this is why our games portfolio is so striking.”