By Simon Wright Jul 13, 2022
The casino game developer Iron Dog Studio plan to take players to the Far East where they will find an ancient reel set that can offer more than one million ways to win.
1 Million Fortunes Megaways™ is the latest title to be released by 1X2 Network’s award-winning studio and is based on its chart-topping 1 Million Megaways™ BC slot. It will launch exclusively with White Hat Gaming on 13 July before hitting the wider market a week later.
The highly volatile game is packed full of features, but the most valuable is the Free Spins bonus where a central reel appears with a maximum of nine symbols that can land rather than the seven reels that are usually available with a standard Megaways™ slot.
This extra reel provides a total of 1,058,841 winning ways, more than enough pay-out opportunities to make players feel like one of the wealthiest and most powerful Emperors in the land.
But how do players trigger the Free Spins to unlock those one million plus ways to win? In the base game, players can enter the Free Spins bonus with four or more tumbles with a win. At this point, the central reel appears and the Free Games play out.
But there is more. 1 Million Fortunes Megaways™ also includes a Reel Lock feature that sees the reels lock when they land their maximum number of symbols. With a max win potential of 45,000x the player’s stake, this is a game where untold riches await.
Alex Ratcliffe, CPO at 1X2 Network, said: “1 Million Fortunes Megaways™ takes the fundamentals of 1 Million Megaways™ BC and adds yet more excitement, entertainment and big win potential, all wrapped up in the hugely popular Eastern culture theme.”
“Players will be on the edge of their seats as the reel tumble and the wins land. Four is the lucky number in this game, and when four tumbles occur the Free Spins trigger and the central reel drops into place, opening up more than one million winning ways.”
“We are delighted to be launching 1 Million Fortunes Megaways™ exclusively with White Hat Gaming before it goes on global release a week later.”