Play'n GO moves on to dystopia with new video slot The Last Sundown
Swedish online casino game developer Play'n GO followed last week's release of its Legend of the Ice Dragon video slot with a new five-reel The Last Sundown video slot with 243 win tracks.
In an official press release issued Thursday, the Waxio-based innovation company said the three-row machine will take players back to a time when Earth has become a "wasteland" and people are struggling to survive with "resources controlled by violent warlords Tuco and Lauro." According to nye danske online casinoer, it was also reported that the company said that iGaming fans are invited to join a cyborg-themed pair of "resilient siblings" named Devin and Ray, who "devise a plan to overthrow" their masters in order to "reclaim resources in an attempt to hold back the Last Sunset."
Play'n GO said its new mobile video slot, The Last Sundown, is "edge-of-your-seat entertainment" and features Dynamic Payways, which offers participants the chance to take home up to 59,049 times their initial bet by activating split symbols. The company explained that the dystopian game also has a 94.2% player return rate, and the scatter and wild icons serve as integral plot devices.
The developer explained that its newest game has a variety of good and bad characters that will appear on the sides of the grid to prompt players who may decide to take a break. In addition, the company said the video slot's wild symbol "represents the treasure that Ray and Devin want to redistribute to the community," and its compatriot, the scatter symbol, can be used as a "health package to help the sick."
Charlotte Miliziano serves as head of games at Play'n GO, and she used a press release to state that the developers of The Last Sundown sought to create a depiction of an "apocalyptic world" in response to a growing awareness of the ongoing climate crisis in the real world. She also noted that the game uses "clever use of color and character features," with protagonists Ray and Devin depicted in bright colors, while their enemy warlords have "shades of red and dark backgrounds that indicate their evil nature."
Read Miliciano's statement...
"The inspiration for this game came from the ever-present challenges of climate change and how society would have to cope with extreme weather conditions. The contrast of scorching daytime heat and icy nights. This is our first game dedicated to a dystopian world; we wanted to create a game with really rugged characters that could captivate players, and we see Ray and Devin as Robin Hood's answer to the end of the world."
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