April 9, 2020

GameArt’s exciting new releases

Online gaming provider GameArt launched some new slot releases that are sure to entertain players. They are high volatility slots so they will especially appeal to those who are willing to wait for the chance of a big win!

Book of Alchemy

Book of Alchemy is GameArt’s latest game release, taking players to a world of magic and spells.

Players will enter a laboratory where they will find an old magician called Remlin, complete with a flowing white beard and dark cloak. Accompanied by mysterious potion bottles and a bubbling cauldron, players can enjoy spinning the reels and finding features that could boost their winning chances.

The layout is a 5 reels with 3 rows, but it has a different display to other slots. Rather than the reels spinning vertically, they will spin horizontally.

Book of Alchemy has bonus features that will activate when the glass spheres either side of the reels fill up with potions and match each other.

There are also multipliers, Stacked Wilds, Locked Wilds, Connect Wilds, and Respins, which means no game will ever be the same.

Book of Alchemy offers an exciting, fast-paced gameplay that is different to many other slots out there. As you would expect from GameArt, the design and quality of the animation is also of a high standard.

Stefano Picone, CEO at GameArt, said:

“With its popular theme, enchanting visual style and extensive, beautifully blended array of bonus features and novel game mechanics, Book of Alchemy has all the hallmarks of a future classic. From the base game to the bonus rounds, this sheer variety of features and combinations available mean this game will never fail to deliver.”

Azrabah Wishes

Another GameArt release is the Arabian-themed Azrabah Wishes. Players will embark on a quest with Nidal and Jaslyn, as they aim to collect riches from the reels.

Azrabah Wishes has 50 paylines and is a high volatility slot like Book of Alchemy.

It isn’t your usual Arabian Nights slot though, as it has a hint of cyber punk to make the unique. With skateboarding tigers and driving monkeys alongside the traditional magic lamp, players are sure to be in for some surprises!

Features on the slot include a Bonus Wheel, free spins, expanding and sticky Wilds, multipliers (including super and mega multipliers), and a bonus gamble game.

Dragon Whisperer

This dragon-themed slot from GameArt has 25 paylines and many special features.

The slot, named Dragon Whisperer, has different dragons flying over the reels to give players bonuses.

Earth Dragon collects Wilds, represented by the dragon eggs symbol. If the dragon catches 3 or more, he will drop them on the reels for the next spin.

Fire Dragon flies across the reels and torches the symbols, moving them one symbol higher for the upcoming spin.

Ice Dragon freezes Wilds for the next spins.

Other special features include a Bonus Reel and Free Spins.

The graphics on this game are full of detail and, like all of GameArt’s titles, are of a high quality. The colours, visuals, and animations all contribute to make Dragon Whisperer an unforgettable gaming experience.

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