Amaya Gaming Group’s newly acquired subsidiary Chartwell Technology Inc introduced its latest game releases this week.
Following the release of Chartwell’s flagship slot Vampires vs Werewolves, the momentum continues with the launch of “Call of the Colosseum”, “Thundering Zeus” and “Lost Temple”.
“Call of the Colosseum” is a Roman-themed 25-payline slot offering players a free spins feature and a wild symbol with a twist. Players have the opportunity to win up to ten free spins with doubled prize amounts and the chance to win an additional one to three free spins when the “Emperor” wild symbol appears. The Emperor signals players with either a “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” to determine whether additional games are awarded.
Greek Mythology themes the company’s next release titled “Thundering Zeus”. When the almighty wild symbol appears on the third reel, players are rewarded with three free spins while Zeus thunders to life in the expanding wild animation. This feature keeps players motivated as they play towards the 3x multiplier bonus round. During bonus play, three matching Greek coins reveal up to a twenty free spins reward. A “Big Win Event” is triggered any time a player wins 1000+ credits.
Chartwell’s first 1024-ways slot “Lost Temple” is themed around a South American action adventure. Instead of pay lines, the Wild icon substitutes for all symbols, with the exception of the Temple Bonus symbol. During the “Temple Steps” bonus round, players select their desired path up an ancient staircase to play for a reward of up to twelve free spins with an 8x multiplier. A “Big Win Event” again is triggered on any win of 1000+ credits.
David Acorn, COO, Chartwell Technologies said: “Not only are we hitting our product release targets from a numbers perspective, we’re delivering high quality slot games that balance the important elements of entertainment value and game performance. We’re excited to showcase our fresh, exciting portfolio of games at EiG in September as we integrate our business into the operations of Amaya Gaming.
These three games mark the first set of game releases under Chartwell’s new ownership structure of Amaya Gaming.