3 Oaks Gaming is continuing its rapid rise within the iGaming world with the launch of its latest title Sticky Piggy, which encourages players to crack the code and secure big wins in this highly volatile game.
The 5×3, 20-line slot has plenty to keep players interested, with the Scatter symbol key to unlocking epic prizes behind the vault. Three or more appearances of the symbol delivers an opportunity to win up to 45 Free Spins, with each safe opened determining the number of spins granted to players.
With a max win worth x6,750 on offer during the bonus round, multiple appearances of the Piggy symbol is highly beneficial as it acts as a sticky wild on reels 2, 3 and 4 only. This can either double or triple any line wins on this impressive slot, while a win multiplier of x9 comes into play when numerous Piggy symbols are in view.
3 Oaks Gaming prides itself in delivering titles with a slick gameplay and aesthetically pleasing graphics, with Sticky Piggy the latest example. The company has high expectations for the game, as it continues to enhance its ever-growing portfolio for the benefit of operators across regulated markets worldwide.
Sebastian Damian, Managing Director at 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “Sticky Piggy is yet another title that players will enjoy, as many of the features included will resonate with them and take them on a journey to big prizes.
“At 3 Oaks Gaming, the games we distribute are always of the highest quality in terms of gameplay and animations, and Sticky Piggy is no exception to what we want to deliver.”
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