Push Gaming mines for precious gems with the network launch of Crystal Catcher
B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming delves underground in search of riches, in its latest slot release Crystal Catcher™.
Initially launched on an exclusive basis with the tier-one operator Kindred Group, Crystal Catcher is now available across all its operator partners.
The title is set across 7x7 reels and features different coloured gems as its symbols. These must form an adjacent, matching combination of five or more gems to award a win. Any winning symbols are then removed from play causing a cascade of new icons to fall from the top of the matrix which can create additional winning opportunities.
A wild beetle can aid players in unlocking these wins by substituting for any base game symbols. Additionally, if a crystal symbol is present on the reels the wild beetle will move to any occurrences of this crystal and increase the wild multiplier by 1x, boosting the winning potential of the slot.
Instant prizes worth as much as 500x can also be found on the reels, but these can only be collected by a wild beetle. The potential for big wins takes a huge boost when this happens courtesy of a multiplier wild beetle in both the base game and free spins round.
To enter the free spins, a wild symbol must collect a bonus crystal awarding seven free spins. During the bonus, a wild beetle will be present with its gathered multiplier remaining throughout all subsequent spins.
This action-packed subterranean slot is filled with vibrant visuals, incrementally increasing multipliers and the same incredible entertainment experiences players have come to expect from Push Gaming following other recent hit releases such as 10 Swords, Dino P.D. and Giga Jar.
Konstantinos Vytsaras, Director of Games at Push Gaming, said: “Crystal Catcher has enjoyed an amazing reception during its initial exclusivity period with Kindred and we are pleased to see an immense amount of anticipation for it ahead of its network release.
“Players can look forward to a fresh theme while familiar mechanics, made popular by titles such as Jammin’ Jars and Retro Tapes, offer a lot of replayability for them to enjoy.”