• Kalamba Games Announces New Machina Slot Release

    05 February 2019

    Kalamba games announces new machina slot release

    The slots produced by Kalamba Games are known for incorporating fun mixes of atypical themes with high-level graphics and presentation. Their latest game is a great example of both of these ideas in play with the Machina video slot. With a larger layout than usual and lots of ways to get paid on every spin, it's an action-packed cyborg adventure just waiting to happen.

    MegaWays Format

    If you're familiar with titles produced by Big Time Gaming, then the layout of this game may seem familiar. This is because Kalamba Games has a partnership with BTG that allows the former to use the latter's MegaWays format, which is an extended version of the popular all-ways approach that has gotten players so much action over the years.

    The basic idea here is that there are six reels with opportunities for lots of different symbols on each reel. From there, you can win for combinations of any matching combinations on adjacent reels from left to right no matter which position they are in. The more symbols that match, the better your payouts.

    Free Spin Accumulation Feature

    In the middle of all of this cyborg-inspired action, players can get free spins that accumulate over time. Alternatively, you can buy your way straight into the HyperBonus bonus feature to experience it right away for a fixed cost based on a multiple of your total bet size. This is the perfect approach for players who want to jump right into the action, but if you plan on longer sessions, then you might want to use the accumulator instead to try to collect and cash in as many free spins as you can.

    What to Expect From This Game

    The Machina slot offers players a type of experience that centers around a relatively high volatility while still offering a pretty high hit-rate. That's not a combination that you often see together, so the play style may be a bit different than what a lot of players are used to. It's a relatively unique way of handling the payout distribution, especially since so much value comes from the regular gameplay instead of it being hoarded in the feature sets, so you can expect a lot of wins with chances to take down some of the bigger jackpots as well.

    Sources

    Press Release, Enter a Brave New World With Kalamba Games' Machina squareintheair.com, January 17, 2019


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