Wazdan explores by moonlight in feature-filled Midnight in Tokyo

Wazdan, the innovative slots supplier, is set for a brand-new claw-some Asian adventure in its latest hit Midnight in Tokyo. The supplier’s immaculate new game is a 5-reel, 243+ ways to win escapade combining a number of the developer’s most popular features in the latest instalment in its Hold the Jackpot series, with players being able to win up to 3,000x their stake.

Two types of innovative Wild Splitters are present in the game, both of which increase the number of ways to win using Wazdan’s splitter mechanic. Wild symbols not only substitute for other symbols, but they also split the adjoining symbols – into 2 if there are two adjacent symbols or into 3 if there is one adjacent symbol. Ninja Cats slice symbols on either side of them, while Kung-Fu Cats split symbols above and below.

The Geisha Cat symbol acts as a Bonus symbol, where three of them landing on the reels will trigger the Bonus Jackpot Game. Utilising Wazdan’s Hold the Jackpot mechanic, players are transported to a 15-slot mini-grid in a 5×3 layout as they search for further Bonus and Moon symbols. Players are initially granted three re-spins, which reset every time a new symbol lands on the reels.

The Moon symbol in this round will contain a cash value when it lands, with all of these being totalled up when the round ends before being awarded to players. The Geisha Cat, on the other hand, awards Jackpots, with five symbols granting the Major Jackpot of 150x and six Bonus symbols triggering the Grand Jackpot of 1,000x player’s bet. Since Jackpots, just like cats, act independently, after hitting Major Jackpot players can still score the Grand Jackpot, and have been awarded both of these prizes, instead of getting just the highest one.

Midnight In Tokyo also contains an array of Wazdan’s customisable features that players have come to love in its titles, including adjustable volatility, speed, and the Buy Feature, allowing players to enter the Hold the Jackpot bonus round at any time.

Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan, said:

“Midnight in Tokyo sees our players invited to explore the landscape of one of the world’s most famous cities while its feline citizens are up to mischief. With the Wild Splitters adding a unique twist to the reels and our popular Hold the Jackpot bonus round, Midnight in Tokyo is one of our most engaging titles yet.”

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About Wazdan
Wazdan develops innovative casino games that deliver an original, fun and truly omni-channel player experience. It has an extensive portfolio of over 140 HTML5 slots, table games and video poker games that are renowned for their quality, exciting themes and engaging gameplay. Wazdan offers such beloved titles as 9 Lions, Larry the Leprechaun, Black Horse™ Deluxe, Magic Stars 3, Great Book of Magic Deluxe, Butterfly Lovers™ and Sizzling 777 Deluxe, as well as exciting new titles, including Midnight in Tokyo, Prosperity Pearls, Sun of Fortune, Burning Stars 3™, Clover Lady™ and Unicorn Reels. Its products are equipped with unique features, including its innovative Volatility Levels™, Ultra Lite Mode, and Ultra Fast Mode, as well as the newly upgraded Big Screen Mode. As a result, its partners include some of the industry’s leading operators. Games offered by Wazdan are licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority, the United Kingdom Gambling Commission, Swedish Gambling Authority and Romanian National Gambling Office ONJN. They are also certified and can be offered in New Jersey (NJDGE), Estonia, Spain, Lithuania, Latvia, Denmark, Switzerland, Colombia and Portugal. Furthermore, their games use an RNG certified by the GLI and GA, which ensures reliable, fair and secure gameplay. You can find out more by visiting https://www.wazdan.com/en/ or following it on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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