Get in on the robbery with new 777 Heist video slot from Red Rake Gaming

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A month after launching its Solomon: The King video slot, Spanish online casino games developer Red Rake Gaming has now returned to premiere its new five-reel 777 Heist innovation.

The Valencia-headquartered firm used an official Thursday press release to declare that its latest five-row video slot challenges players to employ all of their secretive skills so as to enter an art museum without being spotted in order to ‘obtain the most valuable pieces in the world’.

Reel revelation:

Red Rake Gaming detailed that the mobile-friendly 777 Heist is being made available to all of its partner operators and comes complete with the same Cascading Reels feature that proved so popular for its Twin Harlequin, Tiger and Dragon, Viva Las Vegas and The Asp of Cleopatra video slots. The firm stated that this advance involves winning combinations in both the regular and free spins features disappearing to be replaced by new icons so as to give players ‘the chance to win even more’.

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Read a statement from Red Rake Gaming…

“The setting of the game is an interesting museum that houses the most valuable artifacts in the world, which players will need to collect in order to gain access to a special spin that grants the thief a trio of skills in hacking, harness and smoke bomb that will help him to reach his objective.”

Global appeal:

Red Rake Gaming revealed that 777 Heist is available to enjoy in multiple currencies and some 22 languages including English, French and Chinese and offers video slot aficionados the chance to walk away with prizes worth up to 1,667 times their original wager.

Red Rake Gaming Limited’s statement read…

It’s time for action and to get your hands on the most valuable objects in the world. Sneak into the museum through the roof, hack the system and use a smoke bomb to get into the Mona Lisa room where you will find free spins.”

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