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Realistic Games launches Crystal Clear online slot

4 Oct 2016

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Award-winning slots and table games supplier Realistic Games has released its latest slot title, Crystal Clear.

The five-reel game with 10 win lines boasts a maximum prize of 1,000x total stake.

At the start of each new game there are eight wild symbols on each reel. Whenever a win is obtained, all non-Wild symbols used in that win are changed to wild symbols.

A free respin is then awarded using the enhanced set of reels. Further wild symbols continue to be added and free re-spins awarded until no win is obtained or the Jackpot is won.

A count of the current number of wild symbols available on each reel is displayed to the player under each reel.

The game has been developed for phone, tablet and desktop in order to provide the best user experience over the widest variety of devices.

Realistic CEO, Andy Harris, said: "We expect Crystal Clear to be particularly popular with players and therefore a commercial success for all of our operating partners.

"The game model has a very low volatility, which helps to further expand the diversity of our game portfolio. Players will experience the main feature very frequently which really helps to build excitement and engagement with the game."

Realistic Games, crowned Mobile Supplier of the Year at this summer's EGR B2B Awards, has enjoyed success with a number of its slots, with its Super Graphics Upside-Down twice nominated for the Game of the Year award.

They recently produced their first truly multi-channel game, The Fruit Machine, which went live across desktop, mobile and the machines in Ladbrokes' 2,000 strong retail estate.
 
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