Kalamba Games’ Hit Title Griffin Quest Gets a Holiday Revamp

Kalamba Games’ Hit Title Griffin Quest Gets a Holiday Revamp

Kalamba Games, a supplier of innovative slot titles, announced the holiday edition of Griffin’s Quest. The hit game will now come with a festive revamp that will bring the holiday cheer to players.

A yuletide makeover

The popular game Griffin’s Quest was released earlier this year featuring the Mighty Griffin. Its new holiday edition comes decorated in shiny Christmas lights and an amazing design that will get you in the holiday spirit.

Kalamba Games’ Hit Title Griffin Quest Gets a Holiday Revamp

The game comes with a snow-covered background, Griffin’s Quest- Xmas Edition alongside a multitude of features that make it one of the most successful titles by Kalamba to date. Alex Cohen, the co-founder, and COO of Kalamba Games commented on the release and said,

“This festive edition of our hit-title will bring Christmas joy to players around the world. With all the features that players have got to know and love but with added Christmas sparkle, this title is a great addition to the operator’s lobbies during this most wonderful time of the year.”

Exciting HyperBonus feature

The game comes with the signature HyperBonus feature that will give users a shortcut to free spins. It also provides the progressive free spins round to the users, alongside Magic Split symbols and Wheel Bonus.

The Wheel Bonus feature is triggered when the user lands three or more bonus symbols in any position. The wheel award will either be a cash prize or a fresh trigger that will initiate a variant of the Free Spins bonus. With the Magic Split Symbols, each symbol will count as two or three matching symbols in the column that they appear in. However, it will not be applicable to extra free spins, wild and bonus symbols.

The new edition of the game will be distributed via the ORYX Gaming platform.

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