Three weeks after launching its Vault of Anubis video slot and Maltese online casino games developer Red Tiger Gaming Limited has now returned to announce the premiere its new five-reel and 30-payline The Wild Hatter innovation.

Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Gzira, the firm used an official Thursday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to detail that its latest video slot is themed around the 1865 novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by English author Lewis Carroll and was initially released across sites run by prominent online casino and sportsbook operator GVC Holdings.

Jaw-dropping journey:

A subsidiary of Swedish online casino games developer NetEnt AB, Red Tiger Gaming Limited described the four-row The Wild Hatter as a ‘psychedelic title’ that has been designed to transport aficionados ‘through the looking glass.’ It stated that the video slot is ‘set in a magical mushroom-filled garden’ with its reels featuring characters based on those from the iconic Victorian story such as The Teapot, The Mad Hatter and the top-paying Cheshire Cat.

Madcap merriment:

The developer moreover declared that the mobile-friendly The Wild Hatter ‘is framed by a golden gate’ with its reels spinning to the sounds of ‘an enchanting soundtrack that keeps players coming back for more.’ The firm proclaimed that the high volatility title furthermore offers a special multiplier-heavy re-spin feature that can be triggered by those who manage to amass the requisite number of wilds.

Profitable prospects:

Carl Ejlertsson, Business Development Director for Red Tiger, used the press release to pronounce that The Wild Hatter is available to enjoy in over 30 languages including German, Chinese and Russian and offers players the ability to take home up to 3,333 times their triggering stake.

Read a statement from Ejlertsson…

“The Wild Hatter takes players on a thrilling tour involving one of the best loved characters in literature. It was a real hit when it went out exclusively and I’m excited to see how well it performs as part of other operators’ portfolios.”