Swedish online casino games developer Play’n GO has announced the expansion of its portfolio of music-branded video slots via this week’s highly-anticipated launch of its new six-reel Twisted Sister innovation.

The Vaxjo-headquartered innovator used an official press release to explain that the six-line video slot is themed around the classic American hard rock band of the same name and this quintet’s memorable album from 1984, Stay Hungry. The firm moreover stated that the new title exploits ‘quality in-game animation to add an extra dimension to the gameplay’ while utilizing a pair of the group’s biggest hit songs in We’re Not Gonna Take It and I Wanna Rock as the basis for its cascading grid-slot.

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Play’n GO declared that Twisted Sister ‘continues the company’s progression with its music slot catalog’ and also comes complete with ‘a host of special features’ themed around each member of the band’s definitive five-man line-up including inimitable lead singer Dee Snider. The developer detailed that the video slot also offers the We’re Not Gonna Take It free spins bonus round as well as cluster pays that can be triggered by amassing at least five clustered symbols.

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Martin Zettergren, Chief Product Officer for the developer, used the press release to proclaim that the new title ‘had an incredibly unique look and style’ that his firm has now integrated into the design and look of its latest mobile-friendly video slot. He moreover revealed that this medium-volatility title will be available to enjoy from later today at numerous online casinos including MetalCasino.com, Karamba.com and VegasSpins.com with the launch coming after the earlier successful premieres of the developer’s similarly music-inspired Saxon, Annihilator, Testament and Sabaton titles.

Read a statement from Zettergren…

“Twisted Sister’s distinctive style of music has allowed us to create a game with innovative features, which means that it will appeal to fans of quality slot entertainment as well as fans of the band. There’s something for everyone.”