New Holiday Themed Slot Mystery Fox Christmas Party

New Holiday Themed Slot Mystery Fox Christmas Party

Online casino games developer Pariplay Limited is giving users some inspiration this holiday season with its new video slot– Mystery Fox Christmas Party. The new five-reel and 60-payline slots are designed to add some holiday cheer to the user’s life.

A follow up to the Mystery Fox slot

The Gibraltar-based company announced the holiday revamp of the Mystery Fox video slot in a press release on Wednesday. The original Mystery Fox game was released in May and became a smash hit among users. The holiday update of the game brings the same four-row aesthetic to the users, but with a Christmas theme. The game takes users on a trip to Vegas in a snow-covered backdrop where they can enjoy a great holiday with a slew of gifts and rewards.

New Holiday Themed Slot Mystery Fox Christmas Party

The firm wrote in its press release,

“Mystery Fox is back and is heading off to Las Vegas for a Christmas party. There is no denying that Mystery Fox loves all the action that Las Vegas has to offer. This is one Christmas party you don’t want to miss. Play Mystery Fox Christmas Party now.”

A medium volatility game

Mystery Fox Christmas Party is a medium volatility game that can help users win as much as 697x their original stake. Pariplay Limited has a portfolio of more than 55 video slot titles. The game comes with a colorful theme and several bonus symbols that will keep the users entertained. It also features wilds and free spins. If the users land four Heart of Vegas symbols on the game, they will unlock the four-spin Full Wild Reels which will bring bigger wins their way.

The Full Wild Reels feature will now allow users with up to 75 free spins that could increase the users’ payout potential. To activate this feature, users need to land three or more scatter symbols on the reel.

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