Journey deep into the African jungle with 9 Masks of Fire the latest online slot developed by Gameburger Studios exclusively for Microgaming.
Now available to all the supplier’s operators, the African-themed game is the Isle of Man-based software development company’s third release this month.
The 20-payline video slot is the new independent game studio‘s second title and follows its first official release, Break Da Bank Respin, and promises to be equally engaging.
Players are on the hunt for desirable masks of fire across the game’s five sizzling reels which are fueled by a number of exciting features, including escalating mask pays, extra spins and the extra spin wheel.
During the base game, rhythmic drums and glowing visuals set the mood while the intriguing mask pays feature, which appears to the left fo the grid, rewards players when at least three of the mask symbols present on the smoldering reels. Tribal beats escalate as masks land on the reels, dispersing wins of up to 2000x the stake when each of the masks is revealed.
The game reaches scorching temps when players land three of the scatter shield symbols, which unlocks up to 30 extra spins as the ablaze extra spin wheel descends onto the grid and a 3x multiplier applies to line wins.
It is possible to retrigger extra spins to award players with additional spins that are equal to that of the first trigger, making for big-win potential.
What they’re saying:
Via the official press release, Director of Global Operations for Microgaming, James Buchanan, commended the team at Gameburger Studios for a job well done and for “cooking up this fun and engaging take on a popular game genre.”
“9 Masks of Fire is a high-energy online slot brimming with explosive visuals and a pulsating soundtrack that delivers a dynamic, action-packed and feature-rich gameplay experience.”
For its part, Gameburger’s creative designer, Matt Carvajal, commented…
“We proudly invite players to come and explore the high-energy world of Africa in 9 Masks of Fire. The game features thrilling graphics and a rhythmic soundtrack that truly embraces the African theme, and the addition of the free spin wheel offers a highly entertaining experience with tremendous win potential.”
This latest release from Microgaming is the developer’s third for the month of October and the second from Gameburger Studios, after in August debuting its first official launch, Break da Bank Again Respin, the sequel to the Isle of Man-based developer’s popular 2008 Break da Bank slot.
Other releases this month include Deco Diamonds Deluxe, the enhanced version of the original Deco Diamonds game released in January 2018, and developed exclusively for Microgaming by independent studio Just For The Win. Boom Pirates, another exclusive, was created by Tallinn-based creative game production studio, Foxium.