Amaya Launches The Zombies Slots Game

It’s been a while since we last heard of any new releases from the popular casino game provider Amaya, but now they have released a brand new and fun slot game know as “The Zombies”. The game is based on an idyllic suburban zombie family who runs into trouble with a bunch of uncivilized zombies, providing massive fun and entertainment for all.

The game is based on some of the most advanced 3D graphics that you’ll find anywhere in the industry, offers funny video’s and fully customized sounds to make the experience feel as real as possible. Furthermore the game is also the debut of Amaya’s new “Pick-a-Spin” feature, allowing players to control the volatility of the game themselves.

Basically the player will have the option to choose between Easy Play or Power Play and depending on which they choose, the game’s atmosphere changes. Players will be shown two spin buttons, where on represents “more frequent wins, lower wins” and the other “less frequent wins, higher wins”. The game has five reels and 50 paylines and offers players a chance to win bonuses, free-spins and lots of other bonus money.

“We are extremely excited about the launch of The Zombies which delivers a similar multiple demographic appeal as a blockbuster 3D animated movie. This was achieved by combining the ultra-popular Zombie genre with charming characters and our player-controlled volatility feature, Pick-a-SpinTM,” Head of Casino at Amaya, Andre Nylander said.

 “We are continuously learning from previous successes and challenges in game creation.  We’ve taken this knowledge when creating our new DC Comics based content which we are excited to announce in the coming months.”

More games will be released from Amaya very soon, as they have developed many new games based on their licensing agreement with Warner Bros as well as through other channels.

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

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