May 18, 2020 written by

Wazdan releases two new slot games

Just a few weeks after their last slot releases, Black Horse and Lucky 9, Wazdan is releasing even more games.

This month Wazdan launched 9 Tigers, an oriental-themed slot, and Sonic Reels, a retro-themed slot.

Both these games show off the innovative nature of Wazdan and highlight their love of gaming. Their origins lie back in 2010, but the company officially became Wazdan in 2015. Since then, Wazdan has grown and expanded so they can create exciting games, just like their latest titles.

Visit the temple

9 Tigers slot takes place in an Oriental temple. The Asian theme is clear throughout the game, with its high-quality visuals and graphics capturing the peace of the temple and its gardens.

However, the reels and the excitement they generate will make this peace short-lived! 9 Tigers plays on the idea of yin and yang, in their case fire and water.

Uniquely, this means that there are only 2 symbols that appear on the reels. Both fire and water are represented by tigers on the reels.

There are 3 reels and 8 paylines on this game.

If players activate the Tigers Bonus, then things can get interesting. Either the fire or water tiger symbols will be fixed on all 9 spaces on the reels. Then, for a set number of free spins, the opposite tiger symbols will spin onto the reels. Wherever they land, they will join with the symbol to create a balance of yin and yang.

The more tigers you unite, the greater the win.

Players wanting even more risk can choose to gamble. If they pick the correct element, they can double their winnings.

Andrzej Hyla, Head of Sales at Wazdan, said:

“We are proud of what the team has created with 9 Tigers. This is an excellent slot game with fantastic graphics and best-in-class features, which we are sure players and our partners alike are going to enjoy. It has been a busy year for Wazdan, and it is a pleasure to have so much to celebrate by way of new title releases, new operator agreements and market expansions.”

Supersonic

9 Tigers is not the only new slot release from Wazdan. They also launched Sonic Reels, a retro-style slot which combines the classic fruit machine with a thumping DJ set.

Wazdan describes the game as fast-paced and, with top quality sound and visuals accompanying it, the player experience should be good.

With tunes playing in the background, players can spin the 6 reels to try to get some big wins. There are 729 paylines on offer, which certainly gives players plenty of opportunities to win!

Sonic Reels has Wilds and Scatters like most other slot games. However, they do also have a special bonus on offer too, activated by pumpkin speakers at either side of the reels. When the speakers swell and grow, they activate a bonus round with 5 or 10 “movements”. In this round, a multiplier is put on the reels and the reels move left to right, either 5 or 10 times, which could result in big wins!

Like 9 Tigers, Sonic Reels also has a Unique Gamble Feature where players could try to double their win.

Speaking about Sonic Reels, Hyla said:

“Sonic Reels is a game that we are extremely excited to release to our partners and players. This 6-reel, 729-payline game offers the highest quality audiovisual experience which we know Wazdan players are going to love. Add to this plenty of bonuses and Unique Wazdan Features to allow players to tailor gameplay to their preference, and Sonic Reels is set to be an immediate favourite,”

As with many Wazdan games, players can adjust the volatility levels on 9 Tigers and Sonic Reels, which is part of what makes Wazdan games so appealing. Other Unique Wazdan Features are available to improve the gaming experience for players, such as Ultra Fast Mode and Big Screen Mode.

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