Join King Arthur in New ReelPlay Slot, Towering Pays Excalibur
ReelPlay is bringing the Arthurian legend to the reels in its latest slot, Towering Pays Excalibur, which has just been released through the Yggdrasil Masters program.
It is a 5-reel slot that uses the Towering Pays mechanic to increase the number of paylines while King Arthur himself is wild. If the sword Excalibur lands on the reels, then it transforms into stacked matching symbols to help increase winnings.
If the Excalibur symbols help to form a win, then players progress to the next level, and an extra row of symbols is added to the top of the reels. This way, the reels can grow to become 5x8 in size.
In the base game, players can purchase a Quest Bet for fifteen units, which enables a hold and spin feature. The feature is then triggered if at least six shields land on a single spin or through the feature wheel.
The feature wheel is activated by landing three wheel symbols. There are four levels of wheel available, and it can award a variety of free spins, upgraded wheels, or win spins.
If players land Excalibur on the first three reels in the 5x8 grid, then the Avalon feature begins. There are four separate free spins modes, Lancelot, Merlin, Arthur, and Camelot, all of which have increasing payout multipliers, extended spins through Excalibur, and further modifiers. In jurisdictions where it is allowed, players can purchase the bonus round directly.
Towering Pays™ Excalibur is another exciting addition to our offering that’s packed with modifiers, stages, and features to appeal to players of all tastes. This truly epic quest allows players to wield the magical power of the legendary sword, Excalibur, as they are transported to the lands of Arthurian legend in search for big wins.
David Johnson, the CEO at ReelPlay, added, “Our collaboration with Games Labs has seen us create some incredible games, and Towering Pays™ Excalibur is no exception. The engaging, immersive, and feature-filled game takes players on a thrilling journey and offers an unforgettable experience.”