NetEnt Releases Latest Chapter in Gonzo’s Quest

NetEnt Releases Latest Chapter in Gonzo’s Quest

Gonzo’s Quest, a long-time favorite in the iGaming industry has returned in a new image. The company has released the latest chapter in the life and adventures of Gonzo, the conquistador.

More on the new form of Gonzo’s Quest

A new gilded wrapping is offered for the game. This is another opportunity for users to follow the much-loved character. This time, the adventure is set in an Incan temple. The game has five reels and five rows. In this version, the signature cluster of the company plays the role of a mechanic. The game comes with high volatility.

The game was originally released in 2011. The game is a timeless classic in the world of iGaming even today. Red Tiger reintroduced the game in the form of Gonzo’s Quest Megaways. Evolution added a treasure hunt to Gonzo’s Treasure Hunt. Now, NetEnt has been passed the baton in order to ensure that the franchise is continued.

Features of the game

The game is now programmed with a new exquisite look as well as its old familiar features. The new and the old features clash and give the users a brand new experience. There is a gold pyramid that appears to unlocks a bonus level as well as ten free spins. At the start of a free spin level, users can enjoy a pick-and-click game.

An expanding symbol can also be added. When two expanding symbols align together, the entire reel or row could be covered by them. More winning combinations could be generated for the players. In case there is a cluster of twenty-five symbols that are matching with each other, the prize money that could be paid out to the users could be five thousand times the bet placed.

Ten additional spins could be triggered if users can collect three scatter symbols. The game doesn’t focus on an array of features. It is simple to play and there is an emphasis on familiar options rather than an entirely new look.

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