Play'n Go Launches New Wind Falls Video Slot
Play'n Go is no stranger to coming out with frequent releases, and their most recent title comes by way of Wind Falls. The basics of this game were announced a while back, and players have finally gotten to jump in on the action in this exciting slot with some innovative concepts tied into its feature set.
What Wind Falls Brings to the Table
The first thing you'll notice when you open up this game is that there's a waterfall that drops off just above the top of the reels. There are chests in the water up above, and these chests can actually land on the reels to help with features. This is the key gameplay feature that sets this slot by Play'n Go apart.
These chests serve as wild symbols, and they can also help to unlock bonus features to give you more ways to get paid. This is a fun gameplay style that you don't really see anywhere else.
Another aspect of the Wind Falls slot that stands out is that it's very aesthetically appealing. This comes from the fact that you're looking at the face of a waterfall with a river flowing down into it the entire time, and the entire backdrop is gorgeous as a result.
However, the regular symbols on the reels look great as well, and when you have a title that looks good with strong gameplay, it virtually always gets good reviews. That shouldn't be too surprising if you're familiar with any of Play'n Go's other work.
A Strong Start for Play'n Go
This software developer has started off 2019 in a very strong way with some new releases like the Wind Falls slot that really bring it on every level. We're big fans of what Play'n Go brings to the table in general, and this game just adds to that enjoyment of their portfolio as a whole by bringing something different to the experience without going so far outside of the box that it's weird or unattractive. Overall, if they keep up the pace that they're at right now, there's no doubt that they'll continue killing it through the rest of 2019.
Press Release, Play'n Go Are Going for Gold With Wind Falls news.cision.com, January 24, 2019By Jesse Eddleman