Greentube announced Tuesday the release of its latest slot. Cash Connection - Voodoo Magic is described by the NOVOMATIC digital gaming and entertainment division as set in a supernatural realm "where witchcraft offers rewards." The title, launched in time for Halloween, sees "mystical powers roam the reels, offering magical win potential," a Lock & Spin feature, and four jackpots.
Landing six coin symbols during base gameplay will trigger the Lock & Spin mode, offering three free spins. In this bonus round, coin symbols are locked in place upon landing, allowing players an opportunity to fill the reels with every traditional free spin. If a new coin appears, the free spins counter will be reset back to three, offering even more enchanting win potential.
If luck is on the player's side, 15 coins will appear on the reels during the feature, triggering the game's Grand Jackpot. Three other jackpots are also on offer during the Lock & Spin mode, "leaving plenty of chances for players to conjure up some magic," the company wrote.
The game is the latest in Greentube's Cash Connection series, which the brand says has gained popularity "around the globe." The jackpot featuring in Voodoo Magic is linked to the series' four other titles, "ensuring a huge prize pot is up for grabs."
Steve Cross, Director of Games Development and Operations at Greentube, said: "We have had great success with our Cash Connection series and we are thrilled to add Voodoo Magic to the offering, just as spooky season is about to begin."
"The game's captivating theme and mesmerising soundtrack coupled with the Lock & Spin feature makes for a title that is bound to appeal to players of all demographics, offering magical rewards to those who can use the voodoo powers," Cross added.
Greentube launched earlier this month a new and improved Ski Challenge game as a "play-anywhere mobile esports experience." Now available to download for free on iOS and Android, the new version of Ski Challenge has been produced in collaboration with Swiss-Ski, the Austrian Ski Federation, and the German Ski Federation, offering players 'exclusive tracks from the downhill skiing world.'