NetEnt Studio has presented a cartoon video slot about superheroes
The Swedish company NetEnt has announced the Wild Worlds cluster-type slot machine. The developers have paid special attention to the plot of the video slot and bonus mini-games that involve the gamer as much as possible in the gameplay. The protagonists of cartoon style online entertainment are feathered superheroes who fight against monsters. The release of the machine is scheduled for April 9, 2019. A 5×5 playing field is located in the command post of three superheroes who use monitors to monitor the observance of order in their world. At any moment they are ready to go to fight the monsters that threaten the planet. Symbols in the form of precious crystals form prize combos in sets of five or more identical icons adjacent to each other. Any successful combination activates the avalanche function. After an unsuccessful rotation of the reels, the player can receive a random bonus, as a result of which icons of the same color will remain on the field, and the freed clusters will be filled with new symbols. Three scatters trigger a series of 8 free spins, before which a location for a mini-game is randomly determined: Dark Forest, Ice World, Firelands. Each locality has its own laws, which affects the bonus features. In addition, the outcome of the battle of superheroes with monsters depends on the strength of the villains. The mini-games feature regular enemies and bosses, as is common in video games. The superpowers of the main characters are activated when a combo with their portraits appears on the reels. To demonstrate the game mechanics, the developers from NetEnt released a video with a detailed description of the rules of the game. Gaming companies are increasingly using elements from familiar video games and flash entertainment in video slots. Such features attract a wider audience to slot machines and allow them to keep their attention longer. In January 2019, NetEnt introduced the Strolling Staxx slot in the style of casual video games from Nintendo. In February, NextGen announced the release of Gorilla Go Wilder with a set of 8 bonus games, some of which will be opened after the release of the main project.