New Mythology-Themed Slot Released By Habanero: Ocean's CallPublished October 17, 2016 by Arthur M
Ocean's Call is the latest release from Habanero. It features a Greel mythologocal theme comp[lete with gods and mermaids across its reels.
Up and coming games developer Habanero have released Ocean's Call, a beautifully designed slot with a mythology theme. Now available to play at sites like Winner Casino, PlayFrank Casino and 32Red Casino, Ocean's Call takes the number of games from Habanero to 70 slots, along with 10 video poker versions and 6 table games.
About Ocean's Call
The game comes with 5 reels and 20 paylines, but the most notable feature is the quality of the graphics, with images of Greek gods, mermaids, scrolls and jewels on the reels, with an ocean backdrop and elaborate sculptured columns surrounding them. Even the individual symbols are surrounded by decorative edging, and the control buttons are finished off in a suitable style to go with the theme. Symbols come in different sizes, with some taking up a single spot on the reels and other stretched across 3 positions to improve the chances of matching them up.
It's visual appeal is obvious, while the soundtrack adds to the atmosphere, but the gameplay is equally attractive.
Players win by connecting characters across the reels, helped by the wild symbol that will act as others to create winning combinations. There's a rewarding free spins round that sees extra wilds added to the reels, while further spins can be added by the anchor symbol making an appearance.
On top the basic game, a gamble feature gives players the chance to boost the value of their wins.
It's a low to medium volatility game that Habenero are confident will find a broad fan base at the online casinos which feature their range.
This developer provides HTML5 games including the progressive jackpot Shaolin Fortune, plus hits like Carnival Cash and Treasure Diver. Multiple languages and currencies are supported and they offer full player tracking, licensing and bonus solutions. Licensed in Curacao, they have over 100 staff across the world in places as far apart as Johannesburg, Kiev and Manila.