RTG Asia celebrates year of dog with two new slots

Online casino software provider RTG Asia has announced the release of its latest titles - Fu Chi and Shanghai Lights.

Fu Chi is a new five-reel, 50-line slot completely localized for the Chinese market. Instead of “royals” for symbols, Fu Chi wishes players luck, peace, wealth and fortune in Mandarin on every reel.

Animated fireworks add sparkle to the background while also keeping the evil beast Nian at bay. The Wild, an animated zodiac dog, doubles the win when it appears and can be a scatter along with Zodiac Calendars that triggers the feature.

The company also recently released Shanghai Lights, which allows players to get a taste of the exclusive nightlife and entertainment that the thriving city of Shanghai has to offer. 


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