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NetEnt Launches Strolling Staxx: Cubic Fruits Slot
- January 31, 2019 By Riley Wilson -
The Stockholm-based developer of online gaming content NetEnt has recently added a new game to its extensive portfolio of video slots.
Titled Strolling Staxx, the fresh release is one of the company’s most ambitious slot games to date and represents the second game launch since the year kicked-off.
The Third Game in the Series
If the name of this slot sounds familiar, that’s because it is the third one in a series that include Neon Staxx and Butterfly Staxx, launched back in 2015 and 2017, respectively.
The two previous instalments were very popular among players around the world, and the third one will surely continue where they left off.
Strolling Staxx is a feature-rich game that has the potential for awarding huge payouts. Its most appealing elements are surely the Colossal symbols, Bonus Bets, Extra Chance, and re-spins. Featuring neat visuals, with plenty of vibrant colours, this slot looks like a Nintendo game, bringing plenty of fun and excitement.
Staggering Prizes up for Grabs
The newly-launched slot has 5 reels, 3 rows and a total of 10 fixed paylines and, unlike its predecessors, it uses HTLM5, which means it can be played on a wide variety of mobile devices. In terms of wagering, the lowest bet that players can place is set at $0.15, while the maximum stake can’t go over $300 per spin.
The list of symbols include the low-value playing cards, as well as watermelons, strawberries, lemons, cherries, and the Golden W, which is also the game’s Wild symbol, awarding handsome payouts for 5 of a kind across a payline.
With a bit of luck, players can will staggering rewards, with the highest one going up to 333 times, 500 times, and even 5,000 times the triggering wager.
Commenting on the launch of this game, Bryan Upton, Director of Game Products at NetEnt, said Strolling Staxx was there to inject a blast of colour into the middle of winter, with boxes of fun waiting for the company’s huge recreational player base.
NetEnt plans to launch up to 35 new games during 2019, both in-house and branded slots.