Triple Cherry released Catrina Amor Eterno
Promising iGaming software developer Triple Cherry recently released its latest video slot Catrina Amor Eterno. The 5-reel 3-row title explores the romantic bond between Catrina and Fernando, her late husband, on the Day of the Dead, a popular Mexican holiday celebrated on November 1st and 2nd every year.
The title flaunts a 95.22% RTP along with tons of novel features that the players are sure to love, all wrapped in a neat bundle. Starting with the list of interesting features, users will come across the Wild symbols at line combinations, creating or increasing column multipliers on subsequent re-spins. Action-packed indeed.
Catrina, the protagonist, can increase your chances of unlocking bigger prizes by creating multipliers to a maximum value of 7x on each reel. It also triggers re-spins during the multiplier round and boosts your chances of a larger win.
However, Catrina will not be happy until she meets Fernando. So, the players must search for him in Skull Roulette. Locating Fernando unlocks the highest rewards along with a bonus free spins round. A few other notable points include novel mechanics, 3D graphics, effortless gameplay, and relatable soundtracks: Perfect combination to usher in the festive mood.
Catrina Amor Eterno: Features and Gameplay
The story unfolds over a 5×3 grid with 25 paylines while the buy-in is from 0.25 to 20 credits. The game flaunts medium- to high-volatility and is ranked 7 out of 10 for hit frequency. The special symbols include a beautiful golden locket, which is the Wild and substitutes all non-paying symbols in a combination. The Wild also plays a crucial role in triggering the game’s special feature.
A colourful sombrero (Mexican hat) is the second bonus symbol and triggers special perks. And a funny skeleton of Fernando appears periodically over the reels to trigger free spins. A ring with a huge red gemstone pays out 240 coins while a bouquet rewards another 200 credit points.
Next up, a colourfully painted skull and candle offer 160 and 120 credits respectively. And finally, traditional Mexican symbols like a cactus, guitar, and tequila award up to 72 coins when a five-of-a-kind is triggered.
When the Accumulate Wins feature is triggered, it acts like an avalanche, and the symbols forming the winning combination are replaced by new icons initiating a re-spin. Wild symbols on the screen also disappear during the round and are replaced with new Wilds, further increasing the payout.
About Triple Cherry
Triple Cherry launched Catrina, Amor Eterno across platforms right on the heels of the Day of the Dead. The Spanish studio is known for its affinity towards designing video slots based on historical global events, and this time it’s no different.
Launched in 2018, Triple Cherry’s portfolio currently includes slots dedicated to the Rio Carnival, Saint Fermin, and Oktoberfest among others. The developers are quickly gaining popularity with enthusiastic punters thanks to its vivid portfolio and Catrina, Amor Eterno will surely find its way on that list.
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