The gaming entertainment supplier presents the concert of a lifetime with their latest release, KISS: Rock the Reels.
Press release. Play’n GO, the gaming entertainment supplier is bringing players the concert of a lifetime with their latest release, KISS: Rock the Reels.
It’s the tour to end all tours. Starchild, the Demon, the Spaceman and the Catman are hitting the road for the tour of a lifetime. And guess who’s going to be joining them. That’s right, you.
This musical IP hits all the right notes when it comes to music slots and their features. Random Wilds, Multipliers, and Free Spins are just for starters in this epic game.
Based in a 6×4 diamond-shaped grid filled with symbols which include the members of the band who also appear on the screen to award features throughout gameplay.
Players are spoilt for choice with five different Free Spin features (Johannesburg, Sydney, London, Rio de Janeiro, and Tokyo) all with varying risk levels and not to mention the elusive Encore Free Spin (New York). Encore Spins trigger the expanding grid feature creating 4096 ways to win.
KISS performs within the game in their iconic outfits, starring on the reels with their unique face paint designs. Even those who aren’t familiar with KISS are sure to relish the energy this game radiates thanks to the nature of the band’s iconic performances.
The game embodies the environment, look, and feel of a real-life concert. As each of the seven original soundtracks play, pyrotechnics ignite to wow the crowd. The devil is in the details as the animations are synched with the audio to react to the sound in real-time heightening the experience further still.
Charlotte Miliziano, Head of Games said: “We’ve loved working on the innovations within this game. The way the lighting animations react to the audio makes this such an immersive experience for the player as it feels like they’re actually at the gig!”
“Getting the animations to react to the audio within the game has been a real achievement, we haven’t seen it that much in the industry – so far.”