The past few months have been pretty busy for Push Gaming as the provider partnered with several other providers. Some of them include Genesis Global, the Glintor Group, as well as Coolbet.
These operators will integrate the provider’s quality titles and help Push Gaming expand its influence. Besides partnerships, the provider has enriched its portfolio of games with another title called Mystery Museum.
Push Gaming is known for its approach which puts quality above quantity. In other words, the Mystery Museum is another great game players can enjoy. But what makes it so great? First of all, it was designed amazingly. It takes players on an adventure through a museum brimming with artefacts dating back from Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Japan. Artefacts such as shields, helms, jugs, runes, and masks are visible on the reels. And what about the features?
The game is a 5x3 slot with 10 paylines which offer features that make the base game extraordinary. All players need to do to get a win is getting a combination of 3, 4, or 5 symbols. One of the features called Mystery Stacks gives players the chance to win some big prizes. The maximum amount you can get is a staggering 500x per line. Additionally, the Mystery stacks come in the shape of the museum’s stained glass windows.
Players can also win big thanks to the Free Spins feature. The Mystery Stacks are progressive and sticky during these games which is why they make every spin a potential win. Lastly, the game also has a new feature called Power Gamble, which is similar to Joker Troupe’s Hypermode. Thanks to this feature players get 3 different options to play the game and can progress either to a big win or head on over to the Free Spins.
If you like nocturnal adventures in abandoned museums, then you’ll be happy to know that the game went live on 27th August with operators like EveryMatrix, Casumo, Rootz, and Leo Vegas.
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