Only one week after launching its Cat Wilde in the Eclipse of the Sun God video slot and Swedish online casino games developer Play‘n GO has now returned to announce the debut of its five-reel and ten-payline Thunder Screech innovation.
The Vaxjo-headquartered firm used an official press release to pronounce that the new three-row video slot features a mythological theme ‘based on a legend found in several Native American cultures’ of the Thunderbird alongside ‘stunning visuals’ and solid mechanics so as to make it a game aficionados ‘will want to play again.’
Play‘n GO explained that the mobile-friendly Thunder Screech follows its Coywolf Cash title from last year in exploiting a Native American theme and offers online casino competitors the chance to walk away with rewards worth as much as 5,000 times their initial stake. The developer detailed that the game also comes complete with the Strike Respins bonus feature where all wild symbols are transformed into Thunder Wilds to remain on sticky on a grid so long as they are attached to a multiplier.
Martin Zettergren serves as the Chief Product Officer for Play‘n GO and he used the press release to proclaim that his firm is ‘notorious’ for its ‘mythological slots’ such as the Legacy of Egypt, Book of Dead, Ring of Odin and Viking Runecraft games themed around the ancient cultures of Egypt and Scandinavia. He moreover declared that such ‘unique ideas and narratives’ are an integral aspect of developing a popular title as is ensuring that gameplay ‘backs up the packaging.’
Read a statement from Zettergren…
“It’s important to give players new ideas and stories to explore while they’re playing. It’s also vital that the game itself is still good enough to keep them interested. Many games may be wrapped in a nice theme and have some fun artwork but then there’s nothing to hold the players’ interest when it comes to gameplay. So, while early numbers might be good, there’s a sharp decline as people play once and then move onto something else. We create games for people to enjoy over and over again.”