Book of Oz Lock N Spin Is The Latest Microgaming and Triple Edge Release
Book of Oz returns at Microgaming, and it’s coming in its Lock N Spin version, thanks to the efforts made by an independent developer called Triple Edge Studios, with which the supplier collaborated well in the past.
We find that Lock N Spin offers us 5 reels, along with 10 active lines and a high volatility experience. Less than a year after the release of the first slot in the series, we have a new magic game, one that this times comes with features such as the 2nd Chance or the Hyperspins Lock N Spin.
Hyperspins Lock N Spin is part of the base game, and it will allow the player to lock a maximum of four reels, with a re-spin following for the rest. This can be done either as a way to get bigger winning combinations, or to activate the free games. You could even go from a four scatter trigger, to a five scatter one, with all the advantages that come from this.
You will discover that the symbol with the Book is available both as a scatter and a wild. Land anywhere between 3 and 5 Books, to get 10 to 25 free spins. With the help of the Book, you get a special symbol for the free spins, which will gain the ability to expand on its reels.
As the free spins start up, the player has the 2nd Chance option to use. It allows him to select another random special symbol, if he’s not happy with the first one he gets. With help from these expanding symbols, the game will pay even as much as 5,000x the round’s bet, per spin. Get another set of 3+ Books, to retrigger this feature.
Book of Oz Lock N Spin is already released and available at Microgaming’s casinos.
The Triple Edge Studios Design Lead, Brendan Walton, mentioned that their team loved working on the game, with its stunning visuals and many features. Both the 2nd Chance and the Hyperspins Lock N Spin options should give the game an extra bit of appeal, which goes great with the slot’s big potential.
Microgaming’s James Buchanan also chimed in, saying that Lock N Spin is a successful release, as a sequel for the original Book of Oz. They managed to elevate the original slot, with the help of new features.