NetEnt’s Latest Copy Cats Slot Will Have You Purring with Joy
World’s leading provider of digital gaming solutions and services, NetEnt, has rolled out its latest online slot game titled Copy Cats.
NetEnt is inviting you to sharpen your claws and polish your whiskers for this 5-reel, 3-row and 25-payline release which comes with all sorts of goodies and features.
About Copy Cats
The Feline theme is hard to miss with this cat-loving title from NetEnt which is filled with kitties coming in all kinds of colors – they are blue, they are pink, they are red and they are golden, but more importantly they are able to copy themselves to earn you a chance of bigger wins.
The golden cat is the wild symbol which substitutes for all others on the reels. Symbols apart from cats include four differently-colored paw prints, fish bones, milk and a wind-up mouse toy.
Once you land a fully stacked reel with any cat symbols the Copy Cats feature will be initiated.
With it, all cat symbols that appear on remaining rounds will turn into the same cat which improves your chances of landing a win.
In addition to the Copy Cats base-game feature, this purrfect NetEnt’s game comes with a Free Spins feature which is active once you land three Bonus symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5. There are 10 free spins to be claimed here that can be retriggered for possible 20 spins in total.
During the Free Spins feature, all cat symbols which land on the first reel will be made wild, which will transform your wins into even bigger ones.
The excitement this cat-loving game provides is enhanced through brilliantly bright graphics and a wonderful jazz-inspired soundtrack.
NetEnt’s Chief Product Officer, Simon Hammon, is convinced Copy Cats will be a kitty classic.
“The release of Copy Cats purr-fectly demonstrates the versatility and breadth of appeal offered by the NetEnt games portfolio. The title is full of features, vibrant animations and an easy-listening soundtrack that we’re sure will leave players feline good. It’s certain to be a kitty classic.”, NetEnt CPO said.