September 25, 2020 written by

New slot game African Legends to go live 6th October

Slingshot Studios blesses the rains down in Africa with a high energy new Microgaming slot game, African Legends.

Boasting a whole array of features, including Rolling Reels, a multiplier trail, Wild Blast, and free spins. Most notably, there’s a WowPot major progressive jackpot which seeds at a huge £50,000, the second highest tier of Microgaming’s WowPot progressive jackpots. 

Set against a backdrop of misty, mountainous African plains, this slot’s theme is visually engaging without being too gimmicky. The music keeps you motivated with a fast, steady African drum beat and satisfying crunching sound effects whenever the symbols match up along a winning pay line. The slot’s animations also deserve a mention, with a dynamic weather system that shifts according to the features in play.

There’s a lot to look forward to, with an impressive 243 ways to win and an average return to player rate of 94.92% which, coupled with a medium volatility, results in a good combination for new players or players who prefer a less unpredictable slot.

This is the latest release from Microgaming, one of the most well known slot game publishers on the net. You might be familiar with its popular games like Immortal Romance and its huge series of progressive jackpot games, Mega Moolah.

You can try it yourself on desktop or mobile from next Tuesday, and is available on most Slingshot Studios licensed online casinos like Karamba, Casushi and Leo Vegas.

Looking for a new slot to play? Why not check out our slot game reviews or our guide on how to choose an online casino?

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