Leading multi-product content provider, Pragmatic Play, has charged into 2020 with the latest addition to its award-winning games portfolio, launching its first hit of the new year, Buffalo King.
The software provider for video slots, live casino and bingo’s latest release has a familiar look and feel and takes players to the Mountain States of America, where the buffalo is king.
Home on the plains:
Set in a classic desert scene complete with blazing skies, cacti and rock formations, the 6-reel, 4-row video slot has no set paylines, so as long as similar symbols land adjacent to each other from the first reel, combinations can be formed. This particular setup provides the game with a sweet 4,096 ways to win, something players are sure to appreciate.
Joining the majestic Buffalo King on the reels are the usual suspects, 9-A royals, which are the game’s lowest paying symbols, along with a moose, wolf, cougar, and eagle, which are the most lucrative symbols of the slot.
Combinations are formed by 3-6 symbols, with 6 buffalo symbols landing across a full payline earning 7.5 times the stake.
Big win potential:
Landing three of the golden bonus symbols simultaneously activates the extra spins mode, which transports players to a star-filled night sky on the plains, as the mighty buffaloes charge across the screen.
Retriggering extra spins can earn up to 100 more, with wild multipliers up to 5x.
“Buffalo King is the latest addition to our premium slot portfolio, which consistently offers exciting and diverse gamcommenteplay.”
“With an immersive setting, lucrative bonus feature and 4096 ways to win, we can’t wait to see how Buffalo King is received by Pragmatic Play fans.”
In good company:
The most recent game to join the provider’s collection, Buffalo King follows such popular games as Sweet Bonanza X-mas, along with the action-packed adventure, John Hunter and the Tomb of the Scarab Queen, and one of its all-time favorites, Wolf Gold.
In December, Pragmatic released Greek Gods, a high volatility game that transports players to the world of Zeus, the Ancient Greek god of the sky, where lightning strikes all around.