Halloween is upon us and for slot fans, this means more spooky releases! The latest developer to release an eerie title is High 5 Games. The developer just announced Realm of Hades, a five-reel slot creating the perfect Halloween mood. Based in the underworld, the new slot takes players into a world filled with mystery and prizes. Get to know more about the title below!
Realm of Hades
Once you load the new online slot game, you find that the reels are dark. At the top of the grid is Cerberus, a three-headed dog that is watching over your gameplay. The background is a fiery world filled with stairs seemingly leading to nowhere.
Spin the reels and watch as the symbol sections move and hopefully, combinations are secured. If you land the same prize amounts on the reels in a combination, the money is paid out to you after each winning spin.
One of the unique features of this game is the Racking Up Riches feature. When you see three or more of the blue, purple, and red gems on the reels in any position, all the black gems disappear, and the remaining symbols will tumble down. Two new symbols will fall from above, which helps to create wins.
At the same time, the gold gem can appear and provide multipliers on your wins. Multipliers are 2x, 3x, 5x, and 10x. Overall, the game has a unique theme and is fun to spin, with Cerberus coming to life as you find matching icons on the reels. Activate all three heads and watch as the lightning strikes and you can see all three faces in clear view!
Playing The New Game
The new High 5 Games title can be accessed in New Jersey as well as European markets. The title was launched on October 20, so it has been live for a few days. Players located in the state of Michigan will have access to the title soon as well.
The developer offers the game as part of Rapid Rewards, which is a network of High 5 Games that is available to operators around the world.
Realm of Hades is released as the developer moves into new regions of the world. In September, the brand decided to launch services in Canada, after gaining approval from regulators. The brand plans to offer gaming services across the country but started in Ontario as it found the province offered the most potential for success.