Play’n GO launches the new slot Tale of Kyubiko

This game has a strong focus on design.
This game has a strong focus on design.

In the company’s latest game, inspired by Japanese folklore, the goddess Inari casts the spell on her.

Press release.- At the beginning of 2022, Play’n GO already added another title to its portfolio. It’s about Tale of Kyubiko.

In the new game, the goddess Inari casts the spell on her and a mischievous spirit appears to the night travelers and leads them to her lair. But who is this cunning creature? She goes by the name of Inari, a shapeshifting goddess who can take the form of a human and a fox. She follows her and may like to share her treasures.

This game has a strong focus on design: it was considered from the artistic style to the way the characters move on the reels. The background scenario and Inari transform and evolve before the player as winnings accumulate for immersive and dynamic gameplay.

The concept is inspired by Japanese folklore; The deity Inari is said to symbolize global prosperity and success in some Asian cultures. Player’s will associate Inari taking the fox form of her as a good omen.

See also: Charlotte Miliziano: “Storytelling is what makes our content king”

Inari’s Fortune, better known as the push feature, can be activated when the Stacked Wild has partially landed on a reel. If the Stacked Wild covers the reel, Inari’s Fortune will push the Stacked Wild to land completely on the reel.

When the Stacked Wild lands and a winning combination is formed, this triggers Inari’s dance, known as the Traveling Wild. The multiplier increases and the Stacked Wild travels to the next reel where an automatic spin is triggered.

This cycle repeats until no more profits are formed after the spin. The next round begins when the player presses Re-spin and the multiplier resets.

Play’n GO Head of Games, Charlotte Miliziano said: “Tale of Kyubiko is a fabulous example of high entertainment value. There is a rich narrative that carries throughout gameplay; our clear focus on storytelling and creating the visuals to complement can be seen through Inari – players can physically see her shapeshift into her human form as they play. It’s very cool.”

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