REALISTIC GAMES BRINGS AN EASTER TREAT TO THE NETWORK WITH HOT CROSS BUNNIES GAME CHANGER
Award-winning content developer Realistic Games has released Hot Cross Bunnies - Game Changer to its entire distribution network, featuring the supplier’s smash-hit game concept that creates almost unlimited bonus round combinations.
As an exciting re-vamp of Realistic’s original Hot Cross Bunnies slots, the new 5-reel, 20- fixed line title is the second game to include the popular Game Changer bonus round, which is triggered by boxed symbols landing around the edge of the reels to create a game board.
During the round, players roll the dice to move from square to square, landing on symbols that determine the prize awarded. Those displaying a Pink Bunny, Bell, or fruit will then spin the bonus slot and award 3, 4 or 5 of a kind of that symbol. Players should look to avoid the Take Prize symbol as this will end the bonus round.
If a Game Changer feature is activated with reels one and five showing three Pink Bunny symbols on each, it is impossible to lose and the player will keep travelling around the board and collecting prizes until they have reached the maximum pay out of 1000x their stake.
The network release follows a two week exclusivity period with the entire GVC group and compliments the recent release of Hot Cross Bunnies Pull Tab, a colourful new instant win title that features a Free Spins Bonus Round to add extra excitement to the classic format.
Robert Lee, Commercial Director of Realistic Games, said: “The Game Changer concept is already exceeding our expectations and Hot Cross Bunnies – Game Changer promises to be no different, combining a popular theme familiar to Realistic fans with a bonus round that offers fantastic engagement and win potential.
“Our portfolio has consistently grown this year with high-performing slot titles and instant win games that have added new levels of diversity and innovation to our offering. We’re already receiving an incredibly positive response from our partners and look forward to seeing how these latest releases perform with players.”