Get your bathing suits and sunscreen ready because online casino game developer, Fortune Factory Studios, is taking us to Hawaii’s white-sand beaches in Tiki Mania.

Developed exclusively for Microgaming, the new video slot is the fourth addition this month to the Isle of Man-based technology provider’s award-winning stable of games. It is the sixth title created by the studio introduced by the Douglas-headquartered company in early October 2018.

Fortune Factory Studios have developed yet another high-energy and colourful slot game.”

Complete with colorful graphics and plenty of exciting features, the five-reel, ten-payline, high-volatility online slot finds Kaia, a Hawaiian princess, fleeing to a tropical island paradise where animated tikis run amuck.

Hawaiian party:

During gameplay, players are transported to a high-energy tiki party, where coconut drinks with little umbrellas, ukuleles, and drums serve as the game’s symbols and brought to life with respins, Nudging Multiplier Wilds and a Jackpot feature.

The arrival of Red Tiki Wilds are boldly announced by traditional Hawaiian drums as they spring to life and land in any position on reels two and four filling the entire reel and creating a wild stack and award players a respin. Stacks of Nudging Multiplier Wild race along the reels during the respin feature, awarding players with multipliers of up to 3x, and combining for significant win potential. During this feature, additional respins are awarded to players on each win.

Coins are added to the seashell-bedazzled collection pot, which sits strategically positioned above the reels, with each Red Tiki that lands. The possibility of the jackpot feature being triggered exists with every coin that is collected, “granting one of two guaranteed prizes” of 50x or 1,000x the initial stake.

The tiki party kicks into overdrive as players land a trio of Princess Kaia scatter symbols, unlocking 10 extra spins to start, plus one additional for each scatter found within the feature. Nudging Multipliers and Red Tikis flourish during extra spins, giving players a greater chance to retrigger respins and the much sought after Jackpot feature.

What they’re saying:

Commenting on the new release, Director of Global Operations for Microgaming, James Buchanan, said…

“Fortune Factory Studios have developed yet another high-energy and colourful slot game, combining a traditional, Hawaiian theme and vibrant visuals with rewarding mechanics. Tiki Mania’s exciting features, which include Nudging Multiplier Wilds and respins, offer tremendous win potential, providing players with a truly entertaining gaming experience,” according to the official press release.

For its part, Fortune Factory Studios‘ Head of Game Production, Phelan Sykes, added…

“Creating the animated and tropical world of Tiki Mania has been an enjoyable experience for us at Fortune Factory Studios. We can’t wait for players to experience Tiki Mania, the Hawaiian party serving up exciting mechanics and colourful graphics and offering the potential for huge rewards. Collecting coins with each Red Tiki Wild builds excitement and anticipation as the chase for epic wins via the Jackpot feature gets tantalisingly close!”

Hold on to your grass skirts as a Tiki Mania kicks off a legendary Hawaiian party that is now available exclusively to Microgaming operators.

November studio releases:

The privately held Isle of Man-based technology provider has made quick work of rolling out a total of four exciting new titles this month from four of its nine independent game studios, including the most recent followed by…

Rising Royals created by Swedish software development company Just For The Win; Volatile Slot, developed as part of a new exclusive supply deal with UK-based Golden Rock Studios and finally, Jungle Jim and the Lost Sphinx, the next chapter in the popular series developed exclusively by South Africa-based Stormcraft Studios, responsible for blockbuster games like Jurassic Park, millionaire-maker Mega Moolah, Thunderstruck and the vampire-themed title, Immortal Romance, just to name a few.