Booongo, the global content developer, has introduced a classic-themed casino game to its hugely popular Hold and Win portfolio with the release of 3 Coins
The 3×3 slot features five paylines and combines the proven slot machine-inspired format with the increasingly popular Hold and Win mechanics to create a gameplay that will appeal to a wide audience.
Featuring familiar symbols such as Lucky 7s, Bars, Bells and X’s, only three lucky coins are required to land on the middle reel to trigger the bonus feature, where the symbols remain fixed in place for the duration of the mode.
Players are rewarded with four spins, with each new symbol appearance resetting the number of respins to four. Whenever a new symbol lands on the reels during the bonus round, the cash value of all bonus symbols is added to the total, including those already fixed in position.
Glistening diamond symbols may also randomly appear during the bonus feature and offer massive wins of up to 500x total bet.
The newest addition to Booongo’s ever-growing portfolio is the latest to incorporate the supplier’s upgraded UI/UX interface and high-quality gamification tools.
Yuriy Muratov, Head of Account Management and Business Development at Booongo, said: “3 Coins provides players with a classic slot experience with the added twist of Hold and Win mechanics to deliver an entertaining experience.
“The creation of 3 Coins brings another dimension to our thriving series of Hold and Win titles, ensuring fans of traditional gaming formats have an opportunity to enjoy the modern mechanics that are very popular in today’s marketplace.”
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