“Grab Yer Booty” by FunFair explores depths of ocean in multiplayer setup

“Grab Yer Booty” by FunFair explores depths of ocean in multiplayer setup

Grab Yer Booty, FunFair Games’ latest Crash-style multiplayer game, invites players to test their luck underwater and face off against an Octopus protecting three treasure-filled containers.

Grab Yer Booty playing view

Grab Yer Booty

Grab Yet Booty is a new slot aimed at generation Y and Z players. Players select a chest to take from and watch as multipliers increase profits. The user must choose the best time to collect their rewards and move quickly before the eight-limbed sea creature closes the chest. The game encourages up to 12 players to pit their wits against an Octopus on high alert, defending three pirate treasure boxes.

The adventurous divers must choose a chest to steal from and remain alert while the multipliers boost their profits. They must time their capture carefully and move quickly before the eight-limbed monster slams the chest shut, leaving divers with nothing but bubbles. With a maximum multiplier of 8888x, players may rest assured that their journey to the deep-seated treasure will be profitable, but only if they are the most astute deep sea diver. Grab Yer Booty! improves FunFair’s multiplayer offering, as the industry-leading firm continues to expand its library of successful next generation titles.

The title will be delivered using EveryMatrix’s RGS Matrix technology and will feature a maximum multiplier of x8,888. The release of FunFair’s latest Crash-style product follows the November release of AstroBoomers: Turbo!, an enhanced version of the company’s inaugural hit. Only the bravest are invited to embark on an adrenaline-fueled expedition in search of safety, the title is a boosted version of the studio’s first multiplayer title, AstroBoomers: To The Moon!, with the boosted game featuring faster and simpler gameplay, an updated user interface, and increased multipliers.

FunFair Games is a subsidiary of FunFair Technologies, which was formerly associated with the $FUN cryptocurrency. Today, FunFair develops and distributes technologies for gaming, wallets, and platforms. Partners and end-users are located both on and off the blockchain. 

Their objective is to deliver blockchain-based decentralized online gaming solutions. The company’s most intriguing subsidiary is FunFair Games, which creates creative casino games. 

FunFair Games’ games are next-level, in stark contrast to the legacy games normally seen at online casinos. Additionally, they place a premium on social components, attempting to create a multiplayer trip within the casino rather than the more traditional single-player experience. A recipe that appears to be working, particularly in terms of drawing younger people. They have thus far gained traction through the creation of so-called community crash-style games.

Quotes from the Press Release

“We’re thrilled to announce the debut of Grab Yer Booty!, an ambitious new Crash-style game that offers something never seen before in that realm,” FunFair Games COO Lloyd Purser commented.

“We’re constantly on the lookout for methods to reimagine classic games and diversify our portfolio through a shift toward multiplayer gaming. With the popularity of Crash-style games at an all-time high, we believe this current release accomplishes both.”

“We’re incredibly delighted with the original material FunFair Games produces, and Grab Yer Booty! is another wonderful addition to their multiplayer offering,” Ashley Bloor, owner of RGS Matrix, remarked.

“The content has immediately garnered a large following, and we are happy to be able to provide this exclusive game to our operator partners.”

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