Kalamba Games focuses on player personalisation in its gemstone-inspired release Diamond Supreme Hold and Win.
Influenced by retro AWP machines, symbols are represented by iconic bells, cherries and bars. Wilds up the win potential by substituting for all base game symbols making it easier to create a winning combination across the slot’s 20 paylines.
Hold and Win plays a big role in the game with four or five of the symbols required to award their cumulative prize. These can also grant a cashpot prize with four different values able to be won.
Kalamba’s Hyper Bet mechanic is utilised to provide replayability, allowing players to enjoy the title in a variety of ways. This can increase the multiplier attached to any wilds landed up to 6x, thus potentially increasing the value of wins generated.
The chosen HyperBet amounts will also impact the chances of triggering the free spins round with up to 2x increased chance at the top level. Unlocked for landing at least three scatters, 10 free spins are initially awarded with any additional scatters landed in the free spins granting an extra spin. After each subsequent spin the multiplier is increased by 1x boosting win potential.
Landing six or more Hold and Win symbols will award the titular bonus where three respins are granted for each additional symbol landed on the reels. Filling all cells on the 5×3 matrix with Diamonds will award an additional prize.
Further augmenting Kalamba’s Hold and Win series, Diamond Supreme Hold and Win follows other hits which popularised the mechanic such as Blazing Spirit Hold and Win, Moonrise Fortune Hold and Win and Diamond Bounty 7s Hold and Win.
Alex Cohen, COO and Co-Founder at Kalamba Games, said: “Providing players with the ability to personalise the gameplay experience offered within Diamond Supreme Hold and Win through the HyperBet mechanic promotes replayability and offers numerous different ways to enjoy this retro release.
“The slot balances classic themes with innovative mechanics to provide familiar fun that boasts two bonuses increasing the thrills on offer.”