Play’n GO Expands Portfolio with Moon Princess Slot

Publish: 06.08.2017

One of world’s leading online casino software developers Play’n GO has added another slot title to their ever-growing top-quality portfolio.

Moon Princess

The company celebrated the launch of the Moon Princess slot at the beginning of August hoping it will turn out to be quite a summer hit with slot players and enthusiasts.

Moon Princess is a 5-reel, 5-row slot title with a symmetrical grid filled with some rather special in-game features.

“Players will be over the moon when they enter the world of our latest slot Moon Princess, which features all the award-winning gameplay, graphics, and sound you can expect from a Play’n GO game.”, Chief Executive of Play’n GO, Johan Tornqvist, said.

Moon Princess is a game based on the Sailor Moon which is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

This Japanese theme comes with three princesses – Love, Star, and Storm – as main characters and symbols on the reels. The Moon is the game’s Wild, substituting for all other symbols and being a top-paying one as well with 50x the stake for five in one of the available 20 paylines.

Features

Wins in this game can be formed either horizontally or vertically. The biggest base-game addition is a middle symbol inside a winning combination which will turn into a wild to reward you with up to 20x multiplier.

When it comes to special features, there is a randomly triggered Girl Power feature after a non-winning spin. Depending on a princess appearing on the reels, you can hope to get one set of symbols being transformed into another symbol or to have up to 2 wilds added. Ultimately 2 sets of symbols will be destroyed and removed from the grid to boost your winning potential.

Princess Trinity is the main feature in the game when all symbols are cleared from the grid to help you notch more winning combinations.

“We continue to develop premium games across all genres and for all types of player, and I am sure this latest addition will be a huge success for operators and their customers in the coming months.”, Tornqvist added.