Kalamba Games releases an ocean-inspired crash game with Deep Rush

News on 20 Jul 2023

Kalamba Games releases an ocean-inspired crash game with Deep Rush

Kalamba Games’ vast portfolio of innovative titles has undergone another expansion of the themes, mechanics and gameplay offered with the launch of Deep Rush, its first crash game.

This captivating title positions risk and reward as the basis of its highly engaging gameplay, with players initially setting a bet amount before beginning to explore the ocean depths.

As players dive, the cash rewards increase according to the multiples displayed, however, the chance of being eaten by the game’s antagonistic shark simultaneously increases, with the most daring of explorers potentially netting the title’s max win of 10,000x.

Players can cash out at any time allowing for the promotion of individual playstyles. The ocean’s mysteries are displayed at the top of the gameboard and in the game history feature, which shows the depths reached in previous rounds.

The game speed can be altered during play which provides the option to increase the gameplay tension for more intrepid players to experience.

Deep Rush is the latest innovation for Kalamba Games that offers unconventional and inventive gameplay experiences for players that have seen the provider continually create hit games.

This title follows other recent slots such as Hyper Blitz Hold And Win which offered a new Hold and Win Blitz Mode feature and Flaming Scarabs which provided a buildable free spin round.

Alex Cohen, COO and Co-Founder at Kalamba Games said: “Deep Rush has been a real passion project for Kalamba. We aim to sustain the groundbreaking nature of our recent slots and continue to provide transformative gameplay.

“Deep Rush promotes individual playstyles and strategy through its risk and reward factors, making how players engage with the game equally unique. We have empowered them to enjoy the title at their own speed preference and clearly display key information such as previous round results to inform their decision-making as they explore the ocean depths.”

Source: Press Release

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