Habanero Launches Ocean-Themed Jellyfish Flow Slots GamePublished September 3, 2020 by Arthur M
The Jellyfish Flow slot from Habanero is filled with colourful sea-life. The jellyfish symbols expand reels to give players more ways to win.
Players can dive into a new slots game from Habanero. Jellyfish Flow is a 3-reel game with 3 rows of symbols and a basic 27 winning ways, but uses an innovative mechanism that expands both and adds more ways to win. At the maximum 7x7 grid, there are 823,543 different ways to line up jellyfish symbols for a win.
Venture Into The Deep
All of the symbols are made up of different colourful jellyfish. The grid is set against the dark backdrop of the ocean, where corals are just visible in the gloom. The biggest jelly is a wild symbol. It pays the highest prizes, and can act as others if it's in the right place to complete combinations.
It's also the key to unlocking extra rows, reels, and ways to win. They grow either upwards, or to the right with each wild jellyfish on the reels, with all examples of the symbol moving up 1 row before the new symbols land. If there is no space for a wild jellyfish, it's removed from the reels and once they all vanish, the game reverts back to the basic 3x3 layout.
Go Ultra For Higher Volatility
The Ultra Mode option boosts the volatility of the Jellyfish Flow slot by up to 9x. That leads to less frequent winning spins, but bigger prizes to compensate.
With a wide bet range that starts at just 0.15 per spin, and high returns that come in at an average of 96.69%, Jellyfish Flow is set to cause a splash at online and mobile casinos featuring the Habanero range.
Commenting on the launch, Arcangelo Lonoce, Head of Business Development at Habanero said: “Seafaring players are encouraged to dig out the scuba gear and take a deep dive into our latest premium slot title, Jellyfish Flow – where plenty of treasure awaits!
“With soothing symbols straight from the ocean, and available to experience in our enthralling new ‘Ultra Mode’, this innovation-packed release is not to be missed.”