The Malta-based developer of online casino content Wazdan has announced the launch of its new release that draws its inspiration from the famous Spanish festival of San Fermin.
This festival is celebrated in the town of Pamplona, where bulls are let loose through the narrow streets of the old town, in one of the most unusual and most dangerous races in the world.
Titled Corrida Romance Deluxe, Wazdan’s fresh release is a five-reel three-row video slot with a total of 20 paylines that brings matadors, bulls and flamenco dancers on the reels. Vibrantly coloured, this game offers plenty of chances to grab rewarding prizes and make the entire experience worthwhile.
Apart from Wilds, Scatters, and Free Spins with a special multiplier symbol, this game will offer the Unique Wazdan Features where players will have Volatility Levels, Energy Saving Mode, Double Screen Mode and Unique Gamble Feature at their disposal.
This technology represents a huge step forward, maximising the overall playing experience and giving players a total control of their gaming. Wazdan spent a lot of time designing and implementing these functionalities, and we can say their efforts were successful since the company signed a number of new agreements with some of the biggest casinos in the world.
Commenting on the launch of the new video slot, Andrzej Hyla, Head of Sales at Wazdan said his company had launched Corrida Romance Deluxe with eye-catching characters and heart-racing features, just like the running of the bulls in San Fermin.
He added the game development team had done a lovely job combining vibrant Spanish visuals with rewarding and immersive gameplay and pointed out that the Wazdan’s extensive portfolio was brimming with spectacular content.
The developer boasts a portfolio of more than 100 slots developed in HTML5. Some of the recent releases include Football Mania Deluxe, a great slot launched just in time for the World Cup, Great Book of Magic Deluxe, Magic of the Ring Deluxe, Hot Party Deluxe, Sizzling777 Deluxe, with Fruits Go Bananas and Spectrum ready to be launched in the coming weeks.
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