NeoGames S.A's subsidiary, Wizard Games, launches thrilling new slot challenging players to break the bank.
NeoGames S.A: In a daring move, Wizard Games, a subsidiary of NeoGames S.A (Nasdaq: NGMS), has introduced its latest slot sensation, "Piggi Bank," inviting players to embark on a smashing adventure in pursuit of substantial winnings.
Set on a 5x3 grid, Piggi Bank presents players with the task of breaking open safes filled with lucrative values. Armed with a hammer, players aim to land on the grid and crack open Piggi Banks, each potentially concealing a multiplier value of up to 200x for a chance at massive wins.
Upon the appearance of five or more Piggi Bank symbols on the reels, players are granted nine free spins. The values associated with the triggering Piggi Bank symbols, as well as those accumulated during the free spins, are stored in the vault.
Every Hammer Collect symbol landing during free spins awards the collected vault value. Additionally, an extra spin is earned for each additional Piggi Bank symbol appearing during the free spins.
In select jurisdictions, players can expedite their journey into the Free Spins spree through the Buy Free Spins option. This guarantees an instant trigger with 5 to 15 Piggi Bank symbols.
Piggi Bank joins Wizard Games' extensive portfolio, which includes diverse content like Treasures of the Count and Carnival of Calacas. The release aligns with the provider's commitment to expanding its offerings to operator partners worldwide.
Benedict McDonagh, Managing Director at Wizard Games, expressed excitement about the new release: “We are thrilled to expand our portfolio with our exciting new release, Piggi Bank. Incorporating a popular, nostalgic theme with a simple yet lucrative bonus game, we’re confident this will be a smashing slot added to our portfolio.
We want to be a go-to destination for operators looking to offer diverse, engaging content that stands out to a variety of demographics, and this light-hearted release is another step on our journey to this goal.”