Leading grid slot developer Play'n GO launches stunning manga-themed slot
An out-of-this-world experience awaits those joining three fabulous princesses on their magical journey in Play'n GO's latest slot, Moon Princess.
Players will search for fantastic riches in the most exciting manga-themed game on the market, by clearing the 5x5 grid slot with the assistance of the three regal beauties – Love, Star and Storm - and their unique super powers.
As the charge metre fills as symbols are cleared, the princesses will showcase their individual talents to knock symbols from the grid, and when the metre fills completely, they will join together to help players in their quest with the spectacular Princess Trinity feature.
This sees the trio wield their special powers consecutively during a free spin after the winning game, helping the player find more winning combinations and clear the grid once more.
The girls will also work alone to help the player on non-winning drops, taking it in turns to show off their different Girl Powers, which can generate Wilds, destroy lines, or transform various symbols.
Free spin rounds will be granted to lucky players throughout the game as they clear the grid, with the chance to win 100X their total bet if they wipe out the entire grid again.
The Girl Power feature will also be activated during these rounds, where players choose from three bonus options from the trio of princesses.
As with all Play'n GO games, the manga-themed slot showcases fantastic sound quality and brilliantly colourful graphics, immersing the player into the majestic world of the Moon Princess.
Johan T örnqvist, CEO of Play'n GO , said: "Players will be over the moon when they enter the world of our latest slot Moon Princess, which features all the award-winning gameplay, graphics and sound you can expect from a Play'n GO game.
"We continue to develop premium games across all genres and for all types of player, and I am sure this latest addition will be a huge success for operators and their customers in the coming months."