• Rolling Roger Slot Newest Release From Habanero

    26 October 2017

    Rolling roger slot newest release from habanero

    Habanero continues to roll out interesting new games and their latest release, Rolling Roger is no exception. Built and delivered in HTML5 for play on any device, anywhere, this 5 reel, 25 pay line video slot with 3 visible icons on each reel is fun and engaging. The main character is a hedgehog and his favorite item is an acorn. In additional to magical A, K, Q, J and 10 symbols, players will find a caterpillar, frog, snail, and bumblebee gracing the reels along with Rolling Roger.

    New Game Mechanics

    The game features a new game mechanic that can payout every time Roger rolls over symbols, leaving a trail of golden dust to mark his path. Whenever he rolls over one of the character icons, the game awards an acorn. The base game continues until you've collected 40 acorns. Once his larder is full, 3 scatters will trigger free games.

    A, K, Q, J & 10 Become Wild Symbols

    This is where the formerly low paying A-10 symbols become magical and can turn wild. Whenever Roger rolls over them, wildness abounds and 5 acorns are removed from play. Once all of the acorns are gone the free spins bonus is completed.

    "One of our best to date"

    Head of Corporate Communications at Habanero, Toni Karapetrov said: "With top quality graphics and whimsical sounds that pack a punch, Rolling Roger is one of our best to date. 

    "We know this top-of-the-range HTML5 development, as well as the storyline of Roger and his woodland friends, will leave players fully engaged in the hunt for acorns."

    Release Follows Cake Valley and Scruffy Scallywags

    Habanero has been producing two kinds of games lately, all more advanced in artwork, sound, and winning mechanics than their earlier work such as Gold Rush. Rolling Roger is more like Scruffy Scallywags, and Cake Valley than The Dead Escape, Jugglernaut, or Panda Panda and appeals to those who enjoy whimsical themes with lots of action on the screen along with the potential for big bonus game payouts.

    Nearly 100 Habanero Games Available

    Habanero currently offers a comprehensive portfolio of HTML5 titles numbering over 75 slots, 10 video poker games, and 10 casino table games. With APIs that easily integrate the games with almost any platform, the company's titles can be found in the gaming suites or more than 60 operators and aggregators worldwide in 21 languages for European and Asian players.

    Sources

    Square in the Air Press Rease, Habanero unveils Rolling Roger slot 10-25-2017

    Youtube, Rolling Roger - Habanero Video Slot 10-25-2017


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