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US studio Armadillo launches first slot title, 15 Armadillos

US studio Armadillo launches first slot title, 15 Armadillos

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Focused on bringing premium quality iGaming content to the rich and expanding US market, Miami-based Armadillo Studios has announced the official launch of its first game, 15 Armadillos.

This 5×3 high volatility video slot showcases the natural beauty of Florida’s Everglades with a splash of cash via respins, jackpots, symbol collection, Armadillo Link, and free spins. The wild respins mean that players can win again and again, accumulating ‘animal power’ with each win and building up suspense for the chance to trigger an Armadillo Link – an exciting jackpot feature where each full column of credit prizes also upgrades the jackpot with the top jackpot set at 10,000x for filling all 15 positions.

15 Armadillos fuses symbol collections and pick bonuses to boost the free spin experience to uncharted possibilities. Players are given the flexibility to pick from a massive variety of feature combinations which not only offer a plethora of experiences in each session, but continuous insight into how the next free spins could always top the previous record. Whether the player chooses the American Eagle or the Otter free spins, by combining some of the most powerful enhancements together, the game can generate free spin thrills with total wins that almost make the 10,000x top jackpot look small in comparison.

15 Armadillos will be distributed exclusively by Spearhead Studios and is currently certified in six markets, with more to follow. David Stoveld, COO of Armadillo Studios, says: “We are proud to debut our first game of many as an American-focused gaming studio. Nestled in Florida’s beautiful Everglades, 15 Armadillos sets the tone for our innovative style, where volatile features are accumulated into each animal for a truly unique and rewarding player experience.”