Slots Capital Expand Their Portfolio With 19 New GamesPublished May 26, 2019 by Arthur M
Slots Capital Casino players will now have access to an expanded range, as 19 new games are introduced from 15th May.
Players at Slots Capital Casino suddenly have a lot more choice, with a total of 19 new games added to the range on 15th May. The new slots come from several different developers and cover a range of topics, with different styles, features, formats and rewards.
New Games At Slots Capital Casino
Among the top slots that are now available at Slots Capital Casino, players will find Mrs. Green's Plant Emporium. This darkly-comic game features mutated plants across 5 reels and 40 paylines. These carnivorous creatures trigger bonus rounds such as free games where wins are doubled and extra stacked wild symbols appear throughout the feature. Mrs. Green's Plant Emporium comes from Suacify.
Traces of Evidence has been developed by Genii, and is set in the aftermath of a crime. Bullets, guns and tagged feet in a morgue are seen across the 4 reels and 40 lines. Finger print scatter symbols trigger 8, 15, or 20 free games when landing in 3, 4, or 5 places. Wins can also be claimed in the Autopsy feature, where a body uncovers prizes.
Sweet Success is a candy-themed game which offers up to 30 free games and a bonus game where jelly babies help players to some tasty wins.
Other Games Now Available
Alongside these slots, players will also find the following games -
7 Chakras, Elemental 7, Age of Spartans, Big Game, Gems N Jewels, Traces of Evidence, Wild Berry, Lucky Leprechauns, Rise of Spartans, Wild Wizards, Tanzakura, Monkey Business, Samba Spins, Wolf Street, Tomahawk, Vikingdom, and Zodiac.
All of the new releases at Slots Capital Casino can be played on desktop and mobile platforms. They will join an existing portfolio of Rival Gaming slots, table games and Video Poker titles.
A Welcome To The Games From Slots Capital
“Lots of players have told us they love our games – they just wish we had more!” said casino manager Stephen Vaughn. “So we got them more – lots more!”