Online casino games and solutions developer, Wazdan, is keeping up its recent record of releasing one new video slot every month after announcing the premiere of its new five-reel Lucky Fish title.
The Maltese innovator used an official Tuesday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to describe its latest three-row video slot as an ‘ultra-cute three-dimensional’ innovation that has been designed to take competitors ‘on a deep dive adventure to play with a group of friendly sea creatures.’
Wazdan premiered its Space Spins video slot in May before debuting its six-reel Lucky Reels successor last month and detailed that the new underwater-themed Lucky Fish is a 243-ways-to-win game that comes complete with cascading reels featuring ever-increasing multipliers that could see competitors walk away with quintuple prizes.
Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Birkirkara, Wazdan stated that the mobile-friendly Lucky Fish video slot additionally offers ‘a number of entertaining special features’ such as scatters, wilds and free spins while an associated mystery bonus could reward online casino players with up to 100 times their original bet. It declared that even larger prizes await anyone who manages to hit the game’s randomly-triggered Lucky Fish Wild Bonus, which sees a goldfish handing out wilds to increase the odds of ‘a big win.’
As if all of this wasn’t enough, Andrzej Hyla, Head of Sales for Wazdan, used the press release to proclaim that Lucky Fish furthermore offers his firm’s range of customary special features covering its Volatility Levels and Unique Gamble advances as well as its Double Screen, Energy Saving, Ultra Life, Big Screen and Ultra Fast Modes.
Hyla’s statement read…
“We are extremely excited to see Lucky Fish go live. This game is extremely entertaining, filled with adorable sea creatures and first-class graphics, bringing the scene to life for players. Lucky Fish is following a long line of new games from our team this year and we are proud to see it join our portfolio of more than 110 HTML5 games.”