Ruby Casino Queen Announced By Microgaming As Their Latest Release
Microgaming’s latest game is called Ruby Casino Queen, and it’s a slot machine which is coming via JFTW, an independent studio that they collaborate with. It’s a game with a luxurious feel, with 5 reels & 20 active lines, which takes players to a rich world, filled with glamour.
Using dazzling graphics, Ruby Casino Queen has gemstones in its design, along with an interesting mix of features, which delivers three wilds, free spins and re-spins. Add to this a great soundtrack, for full effect.
While in the base game, the game delivers wins whenever you have three symbols of the same type, appearing in consecutive order from the leftmost position to the right. The free spins get triggered via scatters which land on the middle columns, three of them, and they give you 9 rounds to play through. If only two symbols appear, then there is a re-spin which gives you a second chance at landing at least one more scatter, so that the free spins can start. The wilds can deliver additional free spins, if they end up landing on all the reels.
Once the free spins trigger, you can take advantage of extra features, in the form of sticky wilds, 2x multipliers, as well as Multiplier Sticky Wilds which can give you up to 6x better payouts.
This game is going to be available only at Microgaming casinos, starting from June 12th.
Microgaming’s Jagoda Barber, Head of Games, seemed quite happy with the work from Just For The Win. There was mention of the great gaming experience, of the exquisite graphics that are part of the slot, but also of the 6x multipliers coming via free spins, or the second chance re-spins. Overall, it’s just an elegant design, aiming to show off the essence of a casino.
From JFTW, their CEO, Johan Persson, said that they are thrilled to offer this casino royalty themed game. The mechanics are exhilarating, the aesthetics are very well chosen, and the experience is just a great one. It’s supposed to give the player a high roller’s feeling, when playing at real tables.