Kalamba Games has launched a nature-inspired multifaceted new slot, Blazing Spirit Hold and Win.
Played across 5×3 reels, various beasts make up the game’s symbols with owls, horses and eagles reflecting the animal theme, these must form a matching combination across the slot’s 25 paylines to award a win.
Wolf wild symbols aid in the creation of these wins substituting for all base game symbols. These are joined by Cashpots with instant prizes attached to them, with four or five needing to be landed in the base game to award their cumulative prize.
Players are encouraged to personalise the gameplay experience via the Hyperbet mechanic which increases the likelihood of landing the free spins round by altering the player’s bet amount. Blazing Spirit Hold and Win is also home to two different bonuses providing additional replayability.
The Hold and Win bonus is awarded for landing six or more Cashpots in the base game and grants three respins, every additional Cashpot landed retriggers these spins. Four different jackpots can also be landed boosting win potential along with awarding an extra prize for completely filling the reels with Hold and Win symbols.
A free spins round is won for landing at least three scatters granting 10 free spins. During the bonus, an extra spin is awarded for every additional scatter landed, while all low-paying symbols are removed from play, here the Hold and Win bonus can also be triggered.
Blazing Spirit Hold and Win follows other notable Kalamba hits including Moonrise Fortunes Hold and Win, Diamond Bounty 7s Hold and Win and Cashpot Kegs Megaways™.
Alex Cohen, COO and Co-Founder at Kalamba Games, said: “Blazing Spirit Hold and Win boasts a popular theme and a way to align the gameplay with player preferences, allowing them to raise their stake for an increased chance at landing the bonus.
“With two different bonuses available and the ability to win one of these whilst already playing through a thrilling free spin round, it’s a game is full of surprises, and we are confident its fiery nature will keep players engaged.”