Swedish online casino games developer Play‘n GO has again exploited a well-known figure from Arthurian legend in launching its new five-reel and 20-payline 15 Crystal Roses: A Tale of Love video slot.

The Stockholm-headquartered innovator used an official Thursday press release to announce that this three-row innovation is its latest game to make use of characters from Arthurian legend following the earlier premieres of titles including The Sword and the Grail, Rise of Merlin and Lord Merlin and the Lady of the Lake and ‘is already on the path to success’. However, the firm stated that this mobile-friendly advance conversely comes complete with ‘a little romance’ as aficionados are invited to join the heroic Sir Lancelot as he goes in search of a florid gift to prove his love for the beautiful Princess Elaine.

Commendable quest:

Play‘n GO declared that 15 Crystal Roses: A Tale of Love begins with a narrator telling punters about ‘the story of the 15 Crystal Roses’ in which Sir Lancelot attempts to prove his devotion to Princess Elaine by presenting her with flowers that have been ‘buried deep in the enchanted woods’. The developer pronounced that this account ‘continues throughout the game’ as players are treated to ‘a legendary tale of love of the greatest kind’.

Considerable curiosity:

Licensed by authorities in the Netherlands, Malta, and the United Kingdom, Play‘n GO already offered a selection of well over 220 video slots including the recent Tale of Kyubiko, Captain Xeno’s Earth Adventure, and Beasts of Fire releases. The company noted that 15 Crystal Roses: A Tale of Love with its 94.2% return to player ratio is destined to keep iGaming aficionados ‘particularly interested’ via a ‘driving narrative’ and a free spins feature that can be triggered by landing a minimum of three stackable scatter symbols.

Atlas assistance:

Charlotte Miliziano serves as Head of Games for Play‘n GO and she used the press release to divulge that 15 Crystal Roses: A Tale of Love furthermore comes complete with an uncommon attraction in a Quest Map that allows players to ‘keep track of their progress’. She asserted that this chart not only shows the locations of the sought-after roses but additionally opens at the start of the free spins feature ‘to show how many crystals the player has collected’.

Read a statement from Miliziano…

“Every time we develop an Arthurian legend game, we get to push narratives further and further. We’ve seen the likes of King Arthur, Merlin, and Queen Guinivere but now we’re getting to delve into the lives and adventures of secondary characters that may play a role in the adventures of the main protagonists but also have their own stories to tell.”