Play’n GO to debut new Queen’s Day Tilt slot February 14th

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Top-rated online game developer, Play’n GO, is preparing to launch a brand new online slot game on Valentine’s Day. Queen’s Day Tilt will be live and in action on February 14th, offering players an opportunity to join the Queen as she is celebrated on the reels.

Features of Queen’s Day Tilt:

The new online slot game will be played on a new 3×3 grid. Payouts will be provided for two and three matching symbols found on the grid in a horizontal or vertical pattern. Players will find among the symbols, wilds and multipliers along with bonus spins!

The Queen is the wild of course and will substitute for other symbols on the reels to help create winning combinations. The Ruler feature is a unique aspect of the game, where the Queen will decide if she will appear on the grid after a spin that does not produce a win or if she will help to create more winning possibilities on the grid.

The Queen’s Day is another quality feature of the title, triggered when the entire grid is cleared. Players will earn five bonus spins and then an initial win multiplier of two times. Players can increase the multiplier by one by collecting a win on each HP Knight symbols with one spin.

Game of Accession is another exciting feature of this game. This feature provides a re-spin mode and will be activated when you earn a win on both of the HP Knight symbols in one spin in the base game mode.

The slot will be live in just a few days, ready for players to start spinning the reels!

Joining Wild Falls:

The new title will join Wild Falls as part of the Play’n GO portfolio. The developer announced the new Wild Falls game earlier this month, a title that features 20 paylines and follows along as prospectors try to take advantage of the Klondike Gold Rush of the 1890s. This unique title is mobile friendly, making it easy to play the game on the go.

Play’n GO to debut new Queen’s Day Tilt slot February 14th

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