Slot News: Award-winning games supplier Play’n GO have unveiled their latest gaming title Iron Girl; a space age slot based on the adventures of the titular character. The game is a five-reel slot that follows the adventures of Iron Girl, an intergalactic bounty hunter chasing down wanted criminals across the galaxy with the help of her Iron Armor.
Battling against the universe’s most nefarious criminals; Quake, Shia, Slith and Thunder, Iron Girl needs your help to triumph against evil. Play for free at Betvictor Casino to collect wins by matching three, four or five symbols across the winning pay-lines, and capture villains and Wilds on your reels, triggering re-spins and the possibility of multiplying your wins.
On each spin you can ‘capture’ a villain along with any Wilds that pop up, this triggers your re-spin. Every re-spin that results in another matching Villain or Wild being added to your reels, triggers even more re-spins! Re-spins continue until no more Villains or Wilds are added.
Each Villain captured will help you fill your Villain Collection Meter and increase Iron Girl’s bounty and the end of the re-spins your meter can earn you up to 5x multiplier on your winnings! Playing the new game, which can be found at Videoslots, you can also unleash the power of Iron Girl’s Iron Armour with the Iron Armour Feature! This can be triggered at random on any regular spin where there are no Wilds and no wins and will replace up to 5 symbols with Wilds, increasing your odds of cashing in!
This slot marks a first for Play’n GO, as they are making use of 3D graphics to animate the Iron Armor feature in their game a format that they have not previously used but has become increasingly popular in online casino gaming over the last year. The new game has clear similarities with some popular esports too.
Play’n GO CEO Johan Törnqvist spoke about the use of 3D and the decision to launch it saying: “When designing Iron Girl we decided we needed something visually to make the game stand out and do justice to the concept and the entertaining nature of the game, the time was right for 3D.”