20th of May 2010 Author: Ava Jackuard
5-reeler was developed by NextGen Gaming
Virgin Games subsidiary Virgin Casino.com has launched a new 5 reel, 20 pay-line video slot titled Fire Hawk.
The game, developed by NextGen Gaming, is multi-featured, with free games to be won and a bonus opportunity to multiply winnings. The free games feature is triggered when three or more scattered Fire Hawk appear anywhere. Players can receive either 10 free spins with quadrupled winnings; 15 free spins with tripled winnings; or 20 free spins with doubled winnings.
The Native American theme features great graphics and the potential for fantastic wins, says Warren Eloff, product manager at Virgin Casino.
"This Native American themed slot is visually stunning with Indian Chiefs, Dreamcatchers and Peace Pipes, but what will really keep players coming back for more is the fantastic free games feature. I can see Fire Hawk becoming a firm favourite with our customers," he said.
Virgin Casino has been online since 2004 and now boasts a customer database of over a million players, wagering on 198 casino games. Through the introduction of a custom built Virgin Games platform in 2008, Virgin Casino seeks to provide its players with the widest possible choice of casino games from various providers.
Fire Hawk adds to a growing selection of games from games producers including WagerWorks, Cryptologic, Freemantle, Endemol, Electracade, NextGen Gaming and Ash Gaming.
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