Only four days after releasing its Dragon Kingdom Eyes of Fire video slot and Maltese online casino games developer Pragmatic Play Limited has now returned to announce the launch of its new five-reel and ten-payline Eye of the Storm innovation.
The Sliema-headquartered firm used an official Monday press release to pronounce that the new mobile-friendly video slot is the latest to have been developed via its partnership with smaller compatriot Reel Kingdom and offers aficionados the chance to take an ‘epic journey through ancient Egypt.’
Pragmatic Play Limited described the three-row Eye of the Storm as a ‘highly volatile slot’ with a 96.71% return to player ratio that challenges aficionados to search for ‘the Queen’s treasure among the mysterious temples’ all while ‘a dangerous storm looms upon the reels.’ The innovator proclaimed that the title additionally has a selection of ‘ancient artefacts’ serving as its reel symbols with the Eye of Ra icon potentially able to pay out prizes worth up to 50 times a competitor’s initial stake.
Yossi Barzely serves as Chief Business Development Officer for Pragmatic Play Limited and he used the press release to declare that Eye of the Storm moreover comes complete with an expanding wilds feature that has been designed to give punters landing a Cleopatra wild symbol ‘a fully wild reel’ that ‘could lead to a win.’ He asserted that the title ‘has been developed for players of all skill levels’ and furthermore offers a retriggerable free spins bonus to anyone lucky enough to amass at least a trio of pyramid-themed scatters anywhere on its reels.
Read a statement from Barzely…
“Eye of the Storm is another fantastic addition to our offering in partnership with Reel Kingdom. With alluring gameplay and a host of bonus features unique to this title, this title really brings something new to our library of premium slots. We expect it to go down a treat with our players.”
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