GAMOMAT has introduced a fresh game that belongs to the popular series, Fire Respins. The slot is called Alexandria Fire and officially came out on September 29. It is the fourth release in the sequence, which is thoroughly enhanced with modern features.
The plot of Alexandria Fire takes place in the large ancient Egyptian city and includes the themes of mythology. According to the story, the fiery protection of the megapolis, provided by Isis, is in danger. A player has to restore the previous glory of the place and bring back the blazing flame that will act as its defence.
Those who are already familiar with the series must know that the experience is unforgettable. The new title came with a few enhancements:
Getting free sessions means that players will be assisted by Isis herself through the adventure. One of the defining features is the Mystic Gate, which can show a player any icon apart from scatters.
If a gambler receives 5 or more Fire Orbs, this will trigger 3 Fire Respin rounds. Then, the totals will be counted at the end of all sessions. The reveal of another orb during the function brings the counter back to 3.
There are various levels of the game, the highest of which is Inferno. It can be reached by getting 15 Fire Orbs. For the boldest ones, there are exceptionally risky extra sections where they can try their luck.
GAMOMAT’s representative, Dr Sebastian Reddig, noted that the new game is an incredible addition to the portfolio, as it completely elevates the original concept of the series. He also praised the features of the slot, saying that they would make the player experience even greater.
The amusement title is currently available for distribution for some groups that are officially partnered up with the developer.
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