Play ‘n GO is a Scandinavian gaming firm, which makes the theme of its newest pokies release a perfect match. Viking Runecraft is a colourful pokie that combines the themes of ancient Viking warriors with their mystical runes to offer a game packed full of realistic graphics and imaginative bonus features.
Level-Up In Game Feature
Viking Runecraft is scheduled to hit Play ‘n GO’s online gaming platforms shortly, debuting on April 27. The new pokie offers a unique 7 reel structure with a total of 7 paylines, on which players will find a variety of colourful runic tiles.
These cascading runes will offer the main winning potential, dropping down as each matching combination disappears to make room for consecutive base game wins. The game has also built on the latest iGaming trends by giving players the ability to level up in-game, climbing the levels and winning better prizes as they go.
Also available in Viking Runecraft are free spins bonuses, cash prizes, and plenty of symbols and games based on classic Norse mythology. The exciting new pokies release offers a 96.7% RTP for online players, which is paired perfectly with skilfully designed graphics, bonus features and symbols.
Developer Also Set To Release Aztec Warrior Princess
In addition to this new Play ‘n GO creation, the developer will also be releasing its new Aztec Warrior Princess pokie game on 27 April. This game explores the culture of ancient Aztec tribes across 5 reels and up to 20 adjustable paylines.
The bonus features in Aztec Warrior Princess include Wild and Scatter symbols, free spins bonuses, multipliers, and a generous RTP of 94.17%. The symbols here include exotic animals, temples, Aztec masks, skulls and traditional tribal garb.
This pokie is also built on a level-up system, offering Bronze, Silver, Gold and Diamond levels with exponentially bigger prizes in each. New Zealand players will be able to experience both of Play ‘n GO’s latest pokies releases on desktop and mobile by keeping an eye out for them at the developer’s licensed casino platforms.