Online and mobile casino software provider iSoftBet‘s latest title Legend of the Four Beasts takes us on an Asian slot adventure where players enter the realm of the monsters in search of huge wins with the help of two types of expanding Wilds, increasing multipliers and the Ultra Bet mechanic.
The five-reel, three-row Chinese mythology-themed video slot offers a possible 243 ways to win and includes 9-A card icons as lower pays and fearsome creatures such as dragons, tigers and phoenixes as more valuable symbols. In addition to multiple types of Wilds, there are also Gold and Jade Scatter symbols on the reels.
Gameplay & win potential:
Found only on reels 3, 4, and 5, blue wilds expand vertically and horizontally and form multiple wilds while giving all spins the potential for some huge wins.
Plyers who land at least three of the scatter symbols are awarded a minimum of 10 extra spins. When that happens, Golden Wilds expand in both directions while also gaining a multiplier by 1x, giving it an unlimited max win potential. Extra spins are also able to be retriggered.
Depending on the jurisdiction, the Ultra Bet feature can also be engaged by players, where they can choose to purchase 50 rapid spins, before being awarded a cumulative prize for any of that spin’s wins. Stars can be collected during the mode to win a bonus cash prize award.
Using a company press release to comment on the new title, Mark Claxton, Head of Games for iSoftBet, said…
“Legend of the Four Beasts sees us venture into mythology again in search of huge wins, this time facing off against fearsome creatures of Chinese legend. With two types of expanding Wilds, increasing multipliers and the Ultra Bet mechanic, we’re giving players a huge array of tools so that any spin can lead to plentiful riches.”
Latest releases and partnerships:
The new slot follows the London-headquartered developer’s fantasy-based title, Secrets of the Sorcerer, launched mid-month, and its new comprehensive content agreement with Jokerstar Casino, the new digital interest of established land-based operator Kling Automaten GmbH.
It also follows iSoftBet’s strategic European aggregation deal with Hölle Games, an up-and-coming gaming studio from Berlin, Germany. The deal marking further commercial expansion for iSoftBet, after last month being granted an A2 Greek supplier license by the Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC). The license allows the London-headquartered company to offer its high-quality proprietary and third-party content to leading licensed operators such as Interwetten, Stoixman, GVC, and Betsson by way of its GAP.