A little over five weeks after premiering its Ring of Odin video slot and Swedish online casino games developer Play’n GO has now returned to announce the launch of its new three-reel and five-payline Charlie Chance in Hell to Pay innovation.

The Vaxjo-headquartered innovator used an official Thursday press release to declare that its newest three-line video slot is a retro-style game that invites players to join its eponymous protagonist as he ‘tries to outwit the devil herself to win his fortune.’

Memorable muse:

Play’n GO stated that the theme of the Charlie Chance in Hell to Pay was ‘inspired by the works of animators such as Max Fleischer who pioneered the modern age of animation with classic characters like Betty Boop and Popeye’ and moreover features a range of traditional bright and shiny fruit machine symbols such as apples, lemons and cherries as well as a trio of special wilds.

Bonus bonanza:Charlie Chance in Hell to Pay (video slot) from Play’n GO 3

The developer pronounced that the ‘crowning achievement’ of its latest mobile-friendly video slot release is a bonus board special feature that sees anyone lucky enough to collect a trio of devil scatters awarded with prizes that could include re-spins with multipliers, additional spins, re-spins with random wilds and symbols attached to instant cash prizes.

Amusing amalgamation:

Johan Tornqvist, Chief Executive Officer for Play’n GO, used the press release to describe Charlie Chance in Hell to Pay with its 96.23% return to player ratio as ‘a modernized take on the age-old pastime’ that is ‘unlike anything’ his firm has previously released.

Read a statement from Tornqvist…

“Charlie Chance in Hell to Pay offers a lot to the slot market. It’s a simple game with lots of fun features and great animations to delight and entertain players. It is a perfect merging of the classic fruit machine experience and more modern mechanics and gameplay. [It presents] the ideal opportunity for older and newer generations of players to get an experience of each other’s worlds while still enjoying their own.”






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