Malta-based supplier of slots and table games for online and land-based play, Habanero, has launched its latest title, Techno Tumble.

In addition to its pleasing aesthetics and sensational sound effect, the futuristic game features an unconventional reel-free mechanic alongside grouped pay-outs that are drawn from as many as 45 gem-colored balls that randomly fall from the abyss, with players being awarded eight extra games when three Scatter symbols appear.

The sci-fi video slot is the most recent addition to the provider’s portfolio of over 100 games and will be experienced by it’s rapidly expanding fanbase, courtesy of a recent series of partnership agreements inked by Habanero with top-tier operators across Latin America and Europe.

Sci-Fi inspired:

In a recent press release, Business Development Executive for Habanero Systems, Vera Motto, commented on the launch, saying…

“We’re transporting players to the future in Techno Tumble, a thrilling new casino game inspired by science fiction.

“With an innovative, reel-free mechanic alongside immersive cascading symbols and a crisp visual aesthetic, the game is perfectly suited to players looking for a fresh entertainment experience.”

Continued expansion:

The specialist provider wrapped up 2019 with Portugal’s largest online casino operator, Casino Solverde. Habanero had a hugely successful year, having made quick work of increasing its reach across multiple jurisdictions and regulated markets worldwide.

Building on that, the provider intends to continue its fast-moving expansion across both Europe and South America this year and recently revealed its latest partnership with platform provider LatamWin.

The content deal will see the South American software solutions provider’s operator partners gain access to Habanero’s promotional tools and its entire portfolio of slots and table games, such as the classic fruit-themed, Hot Hot Fruit, Egyptian Dreams, and its 243-ways-to-win video slot, Looney Blox, released in March.

The deal with LatamWin, whose Andes System received GLI 19 certification earlier this year, builds on its recent deals with industry leaders such as Colombian operator, Betjuego, Salsa Technologies, and Spanish gaming company, Codere.