Some six weeks after launching its Reel Hero video slot and Maltese online casino games developer Wazdan has now returned to announce the premiere of its new six-reel and 20-payline Infinity Hero innovation.

Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Birkirkara, the firm used an official Tuesday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to declare that its latest mobile-friendly video slot is themed around a superhero-style comic book character and combines ‘a distinctive and enjoyable design with unique in-game features and multipliers’ so as to present aficionados with ‘an opportunity for infinite entertainment.’

Enticing entertainment:

Wazdan described itself as ‘a well-acclaimed brand’ that is recognized for its ability to produce games ‘with the utmost attention to detail’. The developer stated that Infinity Hero serves as ‘the perfect example’ of this competence thanks to the iGaming title’s ‘truly entertaining story and artwork’ as well as its ‘wide array of fun bonuses’ that can give players the chance to bank up to 13,000 times their original stake.

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Andrzej Hyla from Wazdan used the press release to proclaim that the three-row Infinity Hero has moreover been launched complete with his firm’s range of unique features encompassing the Volatility Levels, Free Spins and Unique Gamble advances. He furthermore asserted that players can even utilize the developer’s special Buy In innovation to automatically trigger a select range of these extras including the Infinite Multiplier bonus.

Read a statement from Hyla…

“We are excited for Infinity Hero to join our portfolio of more than 120 HTML5-friendly video slots. Infinity Hero utilises a superhero theme that takes comic book slots to the next level with easy on the eye fun graphics and our exclusive unique features, which are all sure to guarantee that this game will be much loved by our players and operators alike. It has been a busy year for our team but we are still pushing forward and have plenty more big news to come for 2020.”