LONDON -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- British slots and table games supplier Realistic Games Ltd. has revealed its latest three-reel slot game – Hot Cross Bunnies.
The x300 jackpot game with a single win line features a host of traditional arcade elements, such as nudges with auto nudge and a rewind feature should the best win be missed.
When no win is available from nudges, Super Spin may also be offered, which in turn spins in a bonus win. Players just need three bunny symbols anywhere in view to start the Hot Cross Bunnies win series feature. All wins can hold up to nine times – including the jackpot!
Commercial director Andy Harris said: “The features, striking graphics and crazy sounds will make Hot Cross Bunnies a sure favorite with slots fans, whatever device they chose to play it on.
“There’s also plenty in it for operators, who can now offer proper arcade style features to customers, taking them down memory lane and pointing to the future of slots at the same time.”
Hot Cross Bunnies will be available on PCs, iPhone, iPad, Android phone and tablet, continuing Realistic Games’ desire to offer their games on the broadest range of channels available.
The approach provides operators with excellent cross channel promotional opportunities which help to drive customer loyalty and higher yields.
Realistic Games was founded in 2002 by Andy Cattrell, who has been involved in the terrestrial and online gaming industry as a player, operator and supplier since the 1980s.
Its own games platform, ReGaL, first went into production in April 2011 and is now used by operators including bet365, BetVictor, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Stan James and Boylesports.
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