Gaming Realms nets a new mechanic in Slingo River RE3LS™

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Gaming Realms nets a new mechanic in Slingo River RE3LS™

Gaming Realms, a leading provider of mobile-focused gaming content, casts its line on a fresh fishing adventure in Slingo River RE3LS™, featuring a new reel-altering mechanic.

Marking numbers on the 5×5 Slingo grid awards incrementally increasing cash prizes along with fish that have a variety of multipliers and cash rewards attached. Each successive line generated after four Slingos have been created grants an additional life which can be used in the Fisherman respins.

Whenever a fisherman symbol lands, the new RE3LS™ mechanic is triggered, transforming the bottom reel to a 5×3 grid with only additional fisherman or dud icons present. Each spin containing a fisherman will reward a respin, whereas one with only dud symbols will lose one of the previously gathered lives.

A full reel of fisherman symbols is needed to gather all instant win prizes and multipliers on the reel above, with multiple fishermen able to trigger simultaneously, boosting the title’s win potential.

With numerous ways to win, a lucrative respin feature and boasting a popular fishing theme, Slingo River RE3LS™ follows other notable hits from the provider including China Shores Slingo™, Slingo Hot Roll™ and Slingo Elf Blitz™.

Suki Sandhu, CPO at Gaming Realms, said:

Slingo River RE3LS™ introduces new elements to the gameplay via RE3LS™ that will appeal to existing fans of the genre and provide new players with a familiar experience, as the mechanic has been influenced by features popularised in the slots vertical. The fishing aesthetic has proven to be an in-demand theme across the iGaming industry and its integration with the Slingo mechanic will offer players a new way to enjoy the thematic elements offered.

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