New Lightning Box slot nears launch

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Lightning Box, the Australian online games developer is launching a a 5 reel, 40 pay-line game with a spooky fantasy theme reminiscent of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow titled Lightning Horseman.

The game has a claimed RTP of 95.5 percent and is set for exclusive release to Betsson assets on July 25, followed by a general release on August 8 this year.
Features to look for include the noisy lightning bolts; if these appear on six or more occasions re-spins are triggered with concomitant opportunities for reward. Landing all fifteen lightning bolts triggers the Flippin’ Re-trigger feature where Lightning Bolts are re-flipped for more cash prizes.

Base symbols are card symbols Jack through Ace. Higher paying symbols include a raven, man holding a lantern, lady in a red cape, treasure chest, and covered bridge.

The horseman is the wild symbol and substitutes all other symbols except scatters, which is the lightning bolt. Horseman symbols appear in stacks of 3, giving you a better chance to make wins.

Six or more lightning bolt symbols activate the lightning bolt bonus. All current lightning bolt symbols are held in place for the 3 free spins awarded. Each time an additional lightning bolt symbol during free games resets your free spins back to 3. The lightning Bolt bonus will end when no more free spins are left, or all spaces on the reels are covered with lightning bolt symbols.

If you do get all lightning bolt symbols, a respin of each reel triggers up to 3 times. Each respin is guaranteed a winning combination.

Players can win up to $62,500 at random. There are 4 separate jackpots. Mini, Minor, Major and Grand. The more you wager on a spin, the bigger the jackpot. Playing the maximum will guarantee the biggest win if it is triggered.

Source: European Gaming Industry News

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