Live 5, the multi-channel slot developer behind some of the hottest games in operator game lobbies right now, is taking players to the heart of ancient Rome in its latest online and mobile game release, Win in Rome.
The game is now live across PokerStars Casino and Sky Vegas and will be made available network-wide from 26th February.
Win in Rome has been designed to allow players to unleash their inner Roman warrior as they battle it out to unlock some incredible wins and prizes. While they may not have the support of the entire Roman army, players are helped along the way by the game’s generous bonus features.
This includes Persistent Stacked Wilds which land at random during the base game and step down by one position on each paid spin until, like an army marching off into the distance, they are out of view. The win combinations this can lead to are sure to become legendary.
If that wasn’t enough to raise the heartbeat of even the most hardened gladiator, the Infinite Free Spins With a Random Fixed Multiplier has the potential to generate riches beyond those held by the greatest of Roman Emperors.
The feature is triggered when three Free Spins bonus symbols land anywhere on the reels. Free spins will play so long as a Wild is in view and can also be hooked up to a Multiplier (between x2 and x10), a Wild Stack (4 – 8 Wilds) or Wild Reels (1 – 3 reels Wild).
Win in Rome has been certified for launch in a wide range of markets including the UK, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Malta and with Loto Quebec and BCLC in Canada.
Lloyd Butler, CEO of Live 5, said: “Win in Rome is a highly volatile slot that will take players on a fun and action-packed adventure to the heart of the Roman empire and where they must do battle in order to unlock the riches found within the game.
“The slot boasts some incredible mechanics, in particular the Infinite Free Spins, delivering tremendous big win potential but also great entertainment value. This is a nice addition to our growing portfolio of slots and we look forward to seeing it land in operator game lobbies.”