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June Signs Off with a Final 10 New Slot Games at Gambling Sites

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June is ending, but summer is only just beginning. The summer season usually means a full-on array of new slot games are due to debut at your favourite online casinos, and players across the net will be expecting those new titles in a matter of days.

However, before June fades from view, there are still a couple of releases trickling out into sites this week. Here is a brief look back at the top ten final games to debut in the last week of this month, and what they can offer you.

Brazilian Beauty – WMS Gaming

Brazilian Beauty

Kicking off the final week of this month is WMS Gaming’s Brazilian Beauty. Unusually for WMS, there is no unique engine designed for this release. Instead, the game is a bare bones 5-reel, 30-line slot. However, multiplier wilds can triple your wins, and re-spins bonuses can lead to free spins, which is something unique for any slot game. In most other ways, Brazilian Beauty will be plain sailing for any seasoned slot player.

Mystery Spin Deluxe: MegaWays – Blueprint Gaming

mystery spin deluxe slot

MegaWays train keeps on rolling, with Blueprint Gaming continuing to churn out a successive array of top games. The latest Blueprint entry in the MegaWays series is Mystery Spin Deluxe. As the name of the slot implies, there is a surplus of mystery symbols which can aid players in landing wins on the slot’s 117,649 lines, as well as a system for delivering synched reels, albeit at the cost of a traditional free spin bonus round.

Raven’s Eye – Thunderkick

Raven's eye

The mystical Raven’s Eye is Thunderkick’s final slot this June. Developed as a 5-reel, 30-line game, Raven’s Eye carries top non-progressive prizes worth up to 375x a bet, and comes with mystery symbols, too. This release offers 10 free spins, with a meter-style feature which can turn other symbols into mystery icons, further ramping up the odds of landing a satisfying and prosperous win in this new game.

Savage Jungle – Playtech

savage jungle

The first of two animal-themed slots to debut this (we’ll come to the other in a moment), Savage Jungle has been designed by Playtech and Rarestone Studios. Played over an epic 50-line structure, the game makes maximum use of wilds, with these symbols able to multiple winnings by up to 25x. A typical free spin bonus can also be found in this impressive release, and these can also dish out big money multipliers.

Spinsane – Net Entertainment

NetEnt has a habit of producing slots with titles which do not match their theme. Spinsane is another example of this. Debuting this week, the slot is themed on wolves. Spinsane is one of the simpler games to launch during the final week of June and provides 5 reels and 27 lines of action. Playable for 10p a spin, this barebones slot offers up a free spin bonus, and a wild symbol, but precious little besides. It is one of the tamer releases from the Scandinavian casino software developers this year.

Sweet Bonanza – Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play’s sweet new slot is a crazy candy-themed release. The first of two new games to debut in the final week of June, Sweet Bonanza is an All Ways Pays slot, and is strikingly like a MegaWays release, complete with cascading reels and multipliers. However, this tasty game has multiplier rising far higher than those you will find in those other titles, including some which can rise as high as 100x the rate of pay.

Tahiti Gold: ELK Studios

ELK Studios have churned out a last slot this month, too. Tahiti Gold is part-tribal, part-volcanic in terms of theme, and it provides some genuinely exceptional features to players. Players will start with 4,096 lines on this 6-reel game, but as many as 262,144 can spring up in later stages Wild Forge bonuses can trigger wild symbol locks and an avalanche mode, while sticky wilds also burst into life to help players land wins in this graphically stunning end of June release.

Triple Jokers – Pragmatic Play

Also debuting this week is Pragmatic Play’s Triple Jokers slot. As the title of this slot machine suggests, there is a surplus of classic imagery to be found here. However, this is far from a generic classic slot. Instead, the 3-reel and 5-line slot can dish out re-spin bonuses, stacked wilds, and a non-progressive prize worth at least £1,000.

Village People: Macho Moves – Microgaming

Microgaming’s latest and final effort for this month really is themed on the Village People. Seventies disco is the name of the game in this new release, which is played over a truly baffling 6-reel, and 15-line format. Players can expect prizes worth up to 500x a bet, and each reel has its own free spin bonus feature to be triggered. Rather than activating it with scatters, players are required to collect wilds on reels to unlock VP Meters, and those, in turn, will dole out special free spin rounds to players in this groovy and funky new game.

Wild Ape – iSoftBet

Last but by no means least is iSoftBet’s Wild Ape. This animal-themed game is one of several to launch this week (alongside Playtech’s Savage Jungle) and is played on 5 reels with 20 lines. Players who love their goodies can expect re-spins, free spins, and a flurry of additional wilds to pop up during the feature in this release. Any player who wants to wind out June in style may wish to give this iSoftBet slot a run for its money.

About the author

Neha Agrawal

Neha Agrawal

enthu cutlet - Over the decade, Neha have been working in the online casino gambling industry as a freelance writing service provider. She is a composer of news, promotional material, how to play guides, PRs, general articles, slot/casino reviews, and also sports betting material. A passionate online gamer and has clinched gambling's move to the Internet.

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