Newly unleashed Boom City “ingenious” addition to Pragmatic Play Live Casino vertical

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Online casino software provider Pragmatic Play has enhanced its popular Live Casino vertical, having added what is lauded as a “revolutionary product” to the fast-growing games suite. Boom City is said to appeal to fans of live casino, and those that typically enjoy the provider’s “wider offerings,” e.g. Slots and Virtual Sports.

Played out via a custom-built set, the “ingenious” new game with innovative mechanics spotlights a studio-size 6×6 grid with a total of 36 squares, each of which represents a unique outcome. From the board, players place their bets, and wins are determined by the roll of a pair of giant dice, on their way to a possible max win of 20,000x!

Bonus Games & Power-Up:

Depending on the outcome of the two rolled dice (the blue die dictates the horizontal outcome and the gold determines the vertical) players are able to qualify for one of three bonus games – Dice Battle, Lucky Drop and Boom or Bust –  receive an instant cash payout or increase their winnings with a special feature Power-Up feature that sees squares randomly multiplied.

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The game displays instant cash prizes on the 6×6 board, with Bronze prizes awarding a 1x multiplier, while Silver indicates a 2x prize and Gold a 5x win. Conversely, landing on a bust symbol will result in an instant loss.

Boom City’s range of bonus games boosts its base game, seeing Boom or Bust challenge players to progress through levels with measured risk and reward.

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