Habanero releases new captivating title Orbs of Atlantis

Habanero releases new captivating title Orbs of Atlantis

Posted by: AffPapa

Habanero has announced the release of its brand new legendary title Orbs of Atlantis. 

The premium game provider will be whisking players away on a journey into the deep eerie sea as symbols and multipliers will bring forth the magical mysteries of an ancient abandoned world, and revealing a unique new reel structure in the recent Big Reels feature.

The game provides up to 40 symbols that might appear on one path and give a payout of about 9300 times the original bet. The wins in this game are multiplied up to 15x for cascading games, which surely means there will be huge rewards and prizes waiting for the curious players.

Players can also win up to 1,000 free games if they buy over 9 scatter symbols. This feature is added as a small surprise, and is provided by the supplier’s Buy feature which is meant to improve engagement and enable free games.

Toni Karapetrov, Habanero’s head of corporate communications commented and stated:  

Get your scuba gear and treasure maps ready, because we’re ready to take players the world over to a legendary ancient kingdom in an adventure that’s sure to delight audiences everywhere.  Beautifully designed to bring the legendary riches of Atlantis to life like never before, we’re delighted to be delivering a host of added features, including our Big Reels and Buy feature, ensuring that we’ve got a completely customisable gameplay experience for every type of player.

Furthermore, Habanero drastically improved its reach last month after it obtained a gaming supply licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). The provider is now excited to have a blast in 2021, as 2020 was a pretty successful year for the company. Habanero has many plans to keep expanding across Europe and Latin America in 2021, and bringing in many new audiences and providing them with top-notch content from the industry.

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