Aristocrat has introduced its new 4-level linked progressive slot game, Gold Stacks 88, in casinos in Macau and says players are responding positively to the game.
“Our customers have reported that their players are loving Gold Stacks 88. The powerful combination of graphics, mechanics, and game play is proving a hit with players,” said Chris Rowe Managing Director, Asia-Pacific. “We are excited that Gold Stacks 88 has been well received. The product adds to the strong portfolio of linked progressives – including Good Fortune, Lightning Link, Mighty Cash – that we are able to offer across Asia-Pacific.”
Gold Stacks 88 is an Xtra Reel Power game and is hosted by the well-loved character Choy Sun. The entertainment-style game is filled with playful graphics and player-favourite features such as coinciding wins, stretch wilds, and the popular mechanics of Choose Your Volatility and Pick-Em Jackpot.
The Choose Your Volatility feature allows players more WILD triggers to access the Jackpot feature through added WILD stacks. The Pick’Em mechanic layers on an additional bonus prize for the bottom three Jackpots.
“We look forward to seeing Gold Stacks 88 bring joy to more and more players across markets in Asia-Pacific,” said Rowe.
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