A little over two months after launching its Tomb of Nefertiti video slot and Maltese online casino games developer, Nolimit City Limited, has now returned to premiere its new five-reel and 20-payline Poison Eve innovation.
Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Gzira, the innovator used an official Tuesday press release to describe its first release of the year as ‘an alluring game packed with heart-racing features’ including a collection of twelve colorful symbols as well as the Flower Power and Liquid Magic bonuses.
Nolimit City revealed that Poison Eve follows the exploits of its namesake, who is presented as a green woman with purple hair, and challenges players to navigate an abandoned forest in hopes of connecting expanding wilds so as to trigger access to its Liquid Magic bonus game. From here, the developer stated that online casino aficionados are tasked with landing stacked wilds so as to transform every potion icon into ‘the highest paying symbol, Eve.’
The developer declared that the mobile-friendly Poison Eve ‘brings a mix of familiarity to the old school while mixing up some new ideas to deliver a heavy punching game’ and moreover offers players the chance to enjoy its Flower Power spins bonus. It pronounced that this special feature is triggered when a bonus icon ‘lands on the fifth reel hot zone’ and immediately presents two magic portals on the first and fifth reels for up to twelve free spins in advance of challenging players to amass further such lucrative gateways across the remaining reels.
Per Lindheimer from Nolimit used the press release to proclaim that Poison Eve is set in ‘a land filled with mystique’ and offers video slot players ‘beautiful imagery with a lush background track.’
Read a statement from Lindheimer…
“Poison Eve incorporates lush graphics with familiar gameplay that most veteran players will appreciate although it also throws up a few surprises along the way. With the Flower Power free spins bonus that expands symbols with every locked-in symbol, we know that this game will go down well with the wider audience and be embraced as a truly exciting experience.”