EGT Interactive launches two new slot games
Online casino visitors now have two new opportunities to enjoy quality slot games via leading online casino software provider, EGT Interactive. The company recently announced the release of two new titles, one based on fairy-tale style dragons and the other featuring a classic fruit theme.
According to a press release by EGT Interactive, the two new games are titled 100 Burning Hot and Dragon Hot. With the 100 Burning Hot game, players will find retro symbols on the five reels with 100 fixed lines. The game is created in video slot form and features Wilds, Scatters and Mystery Jackpots. The slot can be played on desktop or mobile devices. Winning combos are paid left to right except for scatters, which are represented by a $ and Star symbol. The Clover symbol acts as the Wild and will appear on 2nd, 3rd and 4th reel. The Wild substitutes for any symbol except for the scatters.
The second new slot game by EGT Interactive is titled Dragon Hot. This game also has a classic fruits theme in video slot form but with a dragon twist. The game is provided in 3D format with plenty of ways for players to win. Within the main set of slot reels, players will find three fire-breathing dragons sitting upon stones, which keep the fruit symbols in place on the five reel, 20 payline game.
Dragon Hot includes Wilds, Scatters and Mystery Jackpots as well, and is only available via desktop. The game has the same Wild and Scatter symbols as 100 Burning Hot, the $ and Star as Scatters and the Clover as the Wild. The Wild will substitute for any symbol except the Scatters when it appears on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th reel. If players see 1, 2 or 3 Wild symbols within the main matrix, the symbol or symbols can be stretched if they are part of a winning combination.
Look for EGT Interactive at the 24thedition of ICE Totally Gaming where at Stand No. S4-330 they will once again “Will Make People Play.” Considered to be the biggest in the industry, the event runs from February 6th through 8th in ExCel, London.