Kalamba Games, international games studio from Malta, announced their next title, Caribbean Anne, a slot tale of pirates and seas.
With 40 paylines on its 4×5 layout, the game offers some exciting features such as Locking Multiplier Wilds and four progressive jackpots.
While looking for sunken treasure, players will be looking forward to cooling extra spin bonuses. New spins will appear in a form Wild Multiplier and every tenth spin will be a Wild Spin. Players will see the stats on a top-side counter and they will be able to pick where they left off thanks to brand new autosave feature.
Caribbean Anne also features Hyperbet, HyperBonus and Bonus Jackpot. Audio performance and graphics are nothing short of captivating, and its gaming mechanics is sophisticated, yet simple enough for anyone to learn to play fast.
The maximum win in Caribbean Anne is 5000x the player’s stake. The game will be distributed exclusively through Relax Gaming platform.
Alex Cohen, Chief Operating Officer at Kalamba stated:
“Caribbean Anne’s customizable volatility appeals to a range of player types from old salty seadogs to casual sailors, leveraging new animation technologies to create highly immersive gameplay. We constantly strive to deliver innovative mechanics that boost revenue for operators. With our most successful and popular features, Caribbean Anne is set to become a top performer of our portfolio.”
Another great game published by this provider is Neon Retro Joker 3600.
Released in June, this game has neon lights and that well-known 80s design. This game features Hyper Bonus (for higher bets), Bonus Jackpots, 3600 paylines and regular feedback to players. This game is restricted to Oryx platform only.
Alex Cohen had something to say about this product too:
“Joker 3600 offers players a familiar gaming experience but in an updated and modern version with an all-new 3D vibe, a slick new player interface and of course our popular engagement and retention tools. The simple, clean lines will help beginners, as well as experienced players with navigation and we, are certain the game will resonate with operators and players across multiple markets.”