Goldstruck is the latest slot release by independent casino games provider High 5 Games.
The title will be made available to the New York developer’s 200+ operator network from November 21 across desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
Lauded as “its most advanced slot game to date,” H5G invites players to board a wild train in its latest igaming entrant.
The 5×5, 50 paylines slot sees players travel through dark tunnels on the mine train as they look to fill the wooden carts with dazzling stones and big wins.
The game’s Wild Train feature is activated when the mining cart and a golden nugget appear at the same time, with the train spearheaded by a big drill proceeding to collect nuggets as it snakes its way through the reels.
Every golden nugget accumulated during the gameplay is added to the win meter displayed on the left hand side of the screen, where there are free bonus games and the main jackpot up for grabs.
Furthermore, the groups AI-powered promo engine provides operators with an opportunity to push in-game marketing offers such as free bets. The promotion adapts to each player’s behaviour, allowing more chances of activating the Wild Train feature.
WHAT THEY SAY
Nicholas Chin, senior director of business development at High 5 Games, said: “Reach out for your pickaxe and start digging, as there’s gold to be found deep in the mines. Goldstruck promises to rock the online casino world with a cascading ride when players jump aboard the Wild Train.
“The release of Goldstruck underpins our commitment to bringing high-quality games to market that are packed with fun and entertaining features. It’s our biggest game launch of the year and we’re excited to see it go live with our expanding operator network across the globe.”
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Anthony Singer, CEO of H5G, recently participated in a CasinoBeats roundtable regarding how advances in technology are improving new techniques and impacting retention rates.
Titled ‘enhancing the casino experience through in-game marketing tools’ Singer spoke alongside Jo Purvis, director of marketing and relationships at Blueprint Gaming, Nir Elbaz, CEO of iSoftBet, Andy Harris, CEO of DWG UK and Renata Banyar, head of promotions at Pragmatic Play.