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Latest slot from Vibra Gaming invites players to a unique place
13 August 2020
Vibra Gaming, the LatAm-focused game and platform development company, is taking players on a South American adventure with its latest game release, Patagonia Wild.
Players find themselves immersed in this breathtaking natural environment and are shown its beauty during the different seasons of the year. The amazing 1,024-payline game is crowded with all manner of features and prizes and, with an RTP of 95%, the 5x4 title is sure to be a favourite for all players.
Among Patagonia Wild’s special features is a summer wild, which is triggered randomly and grants a series of stacked wilds (summer train symbol) that create more winning combinations.
The winter wild, meanwhile, features a winter train symbol. When this appears it freezes and becomes a sticky wild generating respins where new winter wilds appear to give away more prizes.
The high peak (a mountain symbol) becomes a multiplier that applies to all winning combinations of that play. More than one symbol can appear, with different multipliers each. In this case, they multiply each other and the winnings.
Two or three medallion symbols may give from up to 10 free spins. During the bonus, this symbol may continue appearing and giving more free spins.
Commenting on the new title, Ramiro Atucha, CEO at Vibra Gaming, said: “This is one of those places in the world that truly show how beautiful our planet is, and it felt great to turn it into good entertainment with prizes that can even top nature.”
“I think the seasons changing through the game makes it really special, taking players through a fine selection of features including two different wilds, multipliers and free spins.”
“Patagonia Wild is one of those titles that represents the spirit of our brand, relating to players from our core LatAm markets. We also expect that the theme, math and mechanics will ensure the game enjoys great success with players in other countries around the world.”