Play'n GO's Reactoonz Hits the Market

Publish: 01.11.2017

Swedish developer specialized in casino, bingo, e-gaming platform, VLT and mobile games, Play’n GO has announced the launch of its latest title.

The company’s fresh addition to its extensive portfolio, titled Reactoonz, hit the market on October 24 and promises lots of fun with a great potential to grab rewarding prizes.

Game Basics

Reactoonz it a sort of a sequel to Play’n GO’s popular Energoonz title, released back in 2013, bringing an unusual 7×7 layout with a wide variety of features to make the playing experience even more engaging.

Featuring colorful symbols on the reels, Reactoonz offers a wide range of betting options – starting as low as $0.20 and going all the way up to $100 per spin.

The game will definitely be appealing to both casual punters and seasoned high rollers, suiting most budgets.

Reactoonz doesn’t feature traditional paylines but offers clusters of symbols cascade down to fill the grid, while the wins are awarded whenever at least five of a kind land in a set.

The symbols include 8 different cartoon-style aliens, while the pink vortex symbol serves as the game’s Wild, substituting for all other symbols on the reels.

Neat Features

Once the symbols form a winning combination, they will explode and make room for any above to drop into empty positions, which can result in additional wins.

There are 5 Quantum Leap charge meters, and to charge them you’ll need to have a winning cluster of at least 25 symbols. Doing this may trigger potentially lucrative bonus rounds. Fill all 5 charge meters and a Gargantoon Wild will appear, bringing up to 8 Wilds on the reels.

The Implosion feature turns up to 6 random symbols into Wilds, while the Alteration feature replaces a low-value symbol on the reels, increasing the player’s chances of getting a winning cluster. The Demotion feature removes all four low-value symbols, while the Wild Incisions sees all diagonals change into examples of the same symbol.

Check the game out on any of Play’n GO-powered casinos.