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Tom Horn Gaming, an igaming software solutions provider, heats things up this summer with the roll out of a quintessentially summer game, Hawaiian Fever.
Taking inspiration from the popular holiday destination, the high volatility slot is set in an irresistible island paradise with its shores getting set ablaze with exciting wild features triggered by exotic hula dancers, free spins and buy feature.
The base game is enhanced with the expanding wild feature, triggered by a wild symbol – Hawaiian girl, which when landing anywhere on the reels expands and fills the entire reel. The wild symbol substitutes for every other symbol, allowing players to land winning combinations much more easily.
The Aloha symbol acts as a wild across the reels and when three of them end up on the 3×3 grid, the bonus round of ten Aloha free spins is initiated. Non-retriggerable free spins are enhanced with another wild feature, expanding respins wild. When at least one Hawaiian girl symbol appears anywhere on the 2nd reel, players are granted a Waikiki respin. The count of respins is always one.
True recipe for huge wins is the buy feature which takes players from the base game instantly into the Aloha free spins. When activated, the buy feature gives players higher chances to scoop up big wins at a cost of 100x their current total bet.
Hawaiian Fever is played across 27 paylines and the max payout can amount up to x1860 the total bet.
“We continue to produce engaging content for our players and we’re excited to be launching this alluring summer game with beautiful graphics and immersive soundscape. Hawaiian Fever adds even more excitement, where even bigger wins await for those who dare to risk it, through the introduction of the buy feature available in certain jurisdictions.
The game combines an attractive theme with smooth gameplay and we cannot wait to see how our players react to our hottest game to date, “ said Ondrej Lapides, CEO at Tom Horn Gaming about the supplier’s latest release.
Hawaiian Fever is available worldwide from 4th July.