Play’n GO on the rampage with the Rage to Riches

playngogameTable game and slots specialist Play’n GO has released Rage to Riches, the latest title in its range of premium content.

The Swedish firm’s five-reel game, simultaneously released in mobile and flash, features classic arcade game characters who cascade down onto 20 fixed pay lines, before trigging three city-smashing bonus rounds. Complete with high-definition animation and smooth performance across phone, tablet and desktop versions, Rage to Riches is now live with various operators.

Players collect bonus stars for scatter wins, before unleashing monsters who rampage their way through a city amid a hail of bombs and bullets hell-bent on stopping them.

Martin Zettergren, Chief Operating Officer of Play’n GO, said: “Rage to Riches is a nostalgic slot title boasting stunning graphics, sounds and animations that will give players the opportunity to go on a lucrative rampage once again.

“Launching simultaneously on both mobile and flash will ensure the game is available on all devices and we can’t wait to see players smash building after building in the search for big wins.”

Rage to Riches is the third title released in the past month by Play’n GO, following Eye of the Kraken and Happy Halloween, whose games are now prominent on the sites of 100 operators in more than 32 languages.

Play’n Go is also a sponsor of the MGS Official Network party at Macao Gaming Show, which is being organised by AGB in conjunction with SBC. Sign up for the free social event here.

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