New Online Slots From Amaya Gaming Group's Chartwell Technology

Published Sunday, September 11, 2011 - Online-Casinos.com

Leading Canadian online gambling software developer Chartwell Technology which was recently acquired by the Amaya Gaming Group has announced the release of three new video slots.
The three new and exciting slot games are Thundering Zeus slots, Lost Temple slots and Call of the Colosseum slots all exceptional and fun to play. The release follows the Vampires vs. Werewolves slots which has become a classic hit for the younger set who are eating up the new offerings.  Chartwell knows how to please by offering  superior slot choices.

The Thundering Zeus slots has an entertaining Greek mythology theme, complete with the game's namesake Zeus, the supreme ruler of Mount Olympus, which is the game's  wild symbol. When he appears on the third reel, players are instantly rewarded with three free spins. In addition, Thundering Zeus slots features a 3x multiplier bonus round, where if players that reveal three matching Greek coins can enjoy up to 20 free spins.

The Lost Temple slots is the developers first 1024 ways to win slot, and has a South American action and adventure theme with plenty of high-paying features. Included is a wild symbol that substitutes for all other symbols - except for the Temple Bonus symbol - to help players make even more winning combinations. As part of the game's Temple Steps bonus round, players must follow an ancient path on their way to win up to 12 free spins with an 8x multiplier.

The new Call of the Colosseum slots features an Ancient Rome-theme. Call of the Colosseum slots takes players back to a time when people flocked to the Colosseum to watch Gladiators fight to the death. With 25 pay lines, this game is packed with generous features such as loads of free spins that can be triggered by the wild symbol. Players can win up to 10 free spins along with a 2x multiplier. When the Emperor wild symbol appears, players can enjoy up to three extra spins.

 

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