The Vaxjo-headquartered innovator used an official Thursday press release to detail that the debut of the seven-row video slot follows its earlier launch of titles developed in partnership with well-known bands such as The Crypt, Annihilator, Candlemas, Sabaton, and Testament. The company proclaimed that HammerFall is based on the five-piece Swedish power metal outfit of the same name and comes complete with its mascot, Hector the Paladin, aiding players ‘in a battle to victory and fortune’.
Play‘n GO stated that the mobile-friendly HammerFall mixes music from the Gothenburg-based band ‘with a fantasy theme’ in order to ‘broaden its appeal in the market’. As such and the developer moreover pronounced that gameplay in this cluster pays advance is ‘set to the soundtrack of some of the band’s biggest hits’ with competitors able to access ‘an array of exciting highlights’ including special features activated ‘by filling the charge meter’.
Established in 1997, Play‘n GO proclaimed that players managing to amass a minimum of 25 winning clusters will get a full charge and be transported to ‘a different world within the game’. It disclosed that these bonuses are based on the band’s And Yet I Smile, Twilight Princess, and Second to None tracks and could possibly lead to the Hammer High Overcharge attraction with all three songs featuring in succession.
The developer divulged that HammerFall additionally offers iGaming aficionados the chance to enjoy four randomly triggered and song-themed modifiers on non-winning spins. It explained that these encompass the Never Forgive bonus where an arbitrary symbol pulls all of its nearby compatriots together while simultaneously destroying any non-matching icons that happen to be nearby.
Similarly, Play‘n GO detailed that the Bring It advance will either destroy all high-value symbols or transform them into matching icons while HammerFall’s One Against the World bonus can see all icons sat next to a randomly chosen symbol extinguished. Finally, the developer disclosed that the Chain of Command attraction could possibly convert a random chain of symbols into matching icons or see them entirely annihilated.
Johan Tornqvist serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Play‘n GO and he used the press release to reveal that his firm has been releasing music-themed video titles since 2018. He declared that every one of these titles has ‘has captured the tone and feel of its respective band’ in artwork, gameplay, and bonus features to serve as ‘a representation of ourselves and the band’s they feature’.
Read a statement from Tornqvist…
“We don’t want to slap a few songs onto an average slot and call it a day; that’s not the way we work. We work with the bands to capture their persona and make sure that the gameplay matches their style and their music to give a well-rounded gaming experience to players.”