Latest slot to leave provider’s Greenlogic® production line has been developed in partnership with NetGame Entertainment
Malta: 5th May 2022 – Stakelogic & NetGame Entertainment portray the mythical power of the phoenix in their latest release, Phoenix Queen Hold ‘n’ Link.
This 5-star volatility game was designed to remind the world of the powerful being that is the phoenix. The game’s design focuses heavily on myths and the allure of the former which truly brings magic into every spin.
The Lotus and Queen symbols are the main symbols of the game. As for the regular symbols found here, the player will instantly be drawn to the Money Tree and a few different bird symbols with unique color schemes.
The bird theme is yet another prominent feature of the slot. The combination of magnificent colors and unique designs makes the game truly one of a kind.
The base game includes Wild symbols that substitute the highest paying symbols in winning combinations. Additionally, the Base Game also allows the player to trigger bonus features of the game. For instance, Hold ‘n’ Link is triggered through Base Game. However, the Free Spins feature can also be reached after the Hold ‘n’ Link bonus accordingly.
If 6 or more Free Spin symbols are in view, then the player is awarded the HOLD ‘N’ LINK bonus game. During the bonus, all Free Spin symbols remain in their places as they were during the base game. Hold ‘n’ Link is played only with Free Spin symbols.
Salvatore Campione, Head of Greenlogic® at Stakelogic, said: “Phoenix Queen: Hold ‘N’ Link is another great example of how our Greenlogic® Partner Program allows us to partner with some of the most exciting up and coming studios to produce thrilling slots that deliver exciting and entertaining player experiences.
NetGame Entertainment have been able to stick to the phoenix theme and create a slot that takes players on a mythical adventure where big win potential can be discovered with every spin. This is a great addition to our portfolio and a game that will be a big hit with players.”