April 28, 2020 written by

Betsoft’s slot sequel release: Back to Venus

Following on from its successful slot game It Came From Venus, Betsoft has released a sequel titled Back to Venus.

The game carries on where It Came From Venus left off. In It Came From Venus, players joined farmer Skeeter and a Flytrap alien from Venus which landed on his farm. Your mission was to avoid the army patrols that were hunting for the alien visitor.

Mission continues

In Back to Venus, the mission continues.

With a layout of 5 reels and 20 paylines, and with an RTP of 97%, Back to Venus draws players in just like a Venus Flytrap.

The game uses stunning and absorbing visuals to the standard that we expect from the gaming giant that is Betsoft. Furthermore, the soundtrack helps make the gaming experience even more immersive, allowing players to enjoy the slot game as well as feel part of an adventure!

Unique features

Back to Venus has many great features that will make the gameplay even more exciting and absorbing.

Perhaps the most anticipated feature of Back to Venus is the revolutionary Second Chance feature. This is made up of two separate elements: the Prickly Sticky and the Respin.

These two features will randomly select a symbol and respin until you hit a win with that particular symbol.

Back to Venus also has Flowering Wild Bursts which offer players a free respin. It will then give you a higher chance of getting Asteroid Wilds on the reels!
And what makes Asteroid Wilds special? Well, once they hit the reels, they act as Sticky Wilds so will remain in place for 2 spins.

Players will need to look out for Rocket Ships too. Finding three will provide you will 10 free spins and some Sticky Asteroid Wilds; four Rocket Ships or more will also give you 10 free spins plus an opportunity of getting Multiplier Wilds.

“fantastic innovations and new features”

About their new release Back to Venus, Annamaria Anastasi, Marketing Director, Betsoft Gaming, said:

‘We are always looking for differentiation without compromise within the marketplace. Back to Venus fits this bill as it includes classic Betsoft content with some fantastic innovations and new features. It follows our ‘sequel’ strategy of keeping the best stories fresh but adding in winning features to challenge gameplay. Based on current feedback, we anticipate an enthusiastic reception from our players.’

Betsoft is a leading gaming content provider and works with hundreds of casino operators across the world. They aim to provide games that are cinematic and high-quality, to ensure players have a fulfilled and enjoyable gaming experience.

This latest release will join Betsoft’s already extensive selection of slot games, including Journey to the West and Take the Bank.

It also comes after Betsoft’s recent partnership with Salsa Technologies.

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