Only a week after releasing its Thunder Screech video slot, Swedish online casino games developer Play‘n GO has now returned to announce the debut of its new three-reel and five-payline The Paying Piano Club innovation.
The Vaxjo-headquartered innovator used an official Thursday press release to declare that its latest video slot ‘looks back to the early days on the frontier when people would return from a hard days prospecting and listen to a jaunty tune on the pianola’. It stated that the three-row game has a ‘speakeasy feel’ that should help it to find fans in the emerging iGaming market of the United States owing to this being ‘a staple of their past’.
Play‘n GO detailed that the mobile-friendly The Paying Piano Club comes with a return to player ratio of 94.26% and follows the same format as predecessor games such as Sticky Joker, Fire Joker, and Mystery Joker 6000. The developer additionally pronounced that it hopes the new title with its saloon theme will have the same success as three-reel forerunners including Charlie Chance in Hell to Pay and the yuletide-themed Holiday Spirits, which was released last November complete with a motif inspired by the 1843 novella from Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol.
Martin Zettergren serves as the Chief Product Officer for Play‘n GO and he described The Paying Piano Club as ‘a straightforward slot’ that offers aficionados the chance to take home up to 5,000 times their initial stake via its unlimited multipliers and free spins. He moreover proclaimed that ‘there’s still a place for simple games’ in the modern iGaming market and that this new three-reel title will help the innovator in maintaining its commitment to diversity.
Read a statement from Martin Zettergren…
“Sometimes players just want the experience of a more traditional slot game, which is why our three-by-three reels are so popular. We give them that timeless look and feel but combine this with modern features and visuals to provide them with an updated version of a classic staple of the industry.”