Slot Online Indonesia specialist Quickspin, a Playtech Group company, has revealed its fifth online slot Diamond Duke game for 2020. The new game offers a traditional 3/3 volatility experience. This is the first classic grid of the business and they wanted to pair it with high variance and a chance to win 8000 times the stake.
Diamond Duke Details:
The style of the game was the trend of the 1950s, with American diners holding players becoming vintage vehicles lining the car park. The theme includes jukeboxes, classic slot machines, and vintage cars.
One aspect of this game that makes the Wheel feature stand out. Any multiplier appearing in the game during this feature will multiply the entire amount. A 5x multiplier with one 10x multiplies the 50x win.
When there are two Wheel Scatters on the rolls, a player will spin on the Bonus Wheel. The wheel will spin to have 2x, 3x, 5x, 7x or 10x multipliers, or players will be able to enter the bonus game Pick & Click.
Find 3 wheel scatter symbols and a spin on the multiplier wheel is provided. The spin would give a multiplier along with a turn on the bonus board.
Producer Bjarne Grönnevik commented on the game: “Diamond Duke is a genuine journey of nostalgia mixing our first classical 3 slots with incredibly high variance! It shows our versatility because it expands our portfolio with something new and unique both in graphics and in mathematics. With our ‘portrait first’ approach, this game was designed to give players the best possible gaming experience on mobile devices.
Of course! Of course! The creator will never think of taking the main characters of the Arcade game out of the slot tag. The boss battling with M included Chun-Li, E. Honda, Ryu, Dhalsim, Ken, Blanka, and Zangief. Bison, Sagat, Vega and Balrog.
The team will take inspiration from the graphics, animations and soundtrack in the arcade games to give the slot title authenticity. The game’s arcade version was released back in 1991 and is still the one being debated today. It opened the way for new content, including games and films.
Games Director Bryan Upton commented on the new title by saying: ‘Street Fighter II: The World Warrior was storming in the arcade world in the early 90s and today is widely regarded as the last classic video game that continues to be entertained by fans nearly 30 years later.’
Upton also confirmed that the software developer is ‘immensely proud’ to work with the franchise especially because of the current prevalence of retro trends. Players will definitely love nostalgic feeling as all the famous pictures and characters of the franchise have been displayed on the slot screen.