A little over a month after launching its Durian Dynamite video slot, Swedish online casino games developer Quickspin has now announced the premiere of its new five-reel and 20-payline Hall of the Mountain King innovation.

Musical motivation:

The Stockholm-headquartered firm used an official Monday press release to declare that its latest video slot was inspired by Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg’s 1875 musical masterpiece In the Hall of the Mountain King, ‘combining Nordic folklore with extremely volatile gameplay’ alongside ‘lots of unique and exciting features’.

Continual supply:

Acquired by British omni-channel gaming software and services innovator Playtech in March of 2016, Quickspin detailed that Hall of the Mountain King is the sixth new game it has launched since the start of the year with the title’s free spins bonus offering competitors the chance to multiply any win by up to 15 times. In addition, the innovator stated that its newest video slot also features a three-tier bonus game complete with an escalating win element as well as a special Troll King character that can assist aficionados in reaching ‘their maximum win potential’.

Gamification glamour:

Quickspin was established in 2011 and its Chief Product Officer, Erik Gullstrand, used the press release to explain that Hall of the Mountain King moreover offers four of his firm’s Quickspin Promote gamification tools in the Achievements, Flexible Free Rounds, Achievements Races and Feature Trigger innovations. He proclaimed that this latter advance represents ‘the perfect gamification tool to make the most of these exciting features’ as it permits players to experience the video slot’s free spins bonus ‘on the house’ for the chance to take home ‘a guaranteed reward in real money’.

Gullstrand’s statement read…

“I would recommend promoting Hall of the Mountain King with the Feature Trigger. The big highlight in this slot is to experience the bonus game and all its exciting features and game events with a Troll King who’s waving his big hammer around.”