Silverback Gaming has announced the launch of its first slot after being acquired by GAN, Golden Calaveras.
The studio will release the Mexican Day Of The Dead-themed game later this month through Relax Gaming’s Silver Bullet programme.
Golden Calaveras uses a 3×5 layout with 10 paylines, and it has an RTP of 95% with high volatility, which means you’re more likely to make infrequent large wins over regular small ones.
Silverback Gaming has confirmed that the game will include several special features, including a free spins mode with between 10 and 100 free spins and it has a multiplier wheel that is spun after every winning spin and applied to the next winning spin.
There’s also a skull flip feature, where all coins with the Golden Calaveras flip after a spin to show the same symbol and create more wins.
Raphael Di Guisto, the Founder of Silverback Gaming, said in a statement via European Gaming: “With Golden Calaveras we wanted to bring something fresh to our players, with some super-sticky, engaging features.
“We have worked hard to produce a game that feels authentic, from its design and graphics to the gameplay and sounds. We have also included features that are available to offer to the various jurisdictions the game is available in, including a Bonus Buy for those that allow it.”
He added: “We can’t wait to launch Golden Calaveras via the Relax Gaming Silver Bullet platform, and we are sure it will be a fan favourite in operator game lobbies from 27th September.”
Simon Hammon, the Relax Gaming CEO, commented: “We are glad to see another great game arrive on Silver Bullet from the team at Silverback Gaming. We know they have worked tirelessly on building something full of features that are bound to be a hit with the players across our operator network.”
The launch of the upcoming game comes after Relax Gaming announced a content agreement with GAN in January 2022, and it comes as the studio continues to expand its aggregation platforms by signing agreements with Quantum Gaming, ELYSIUM Studios, Peter & Sons, and more.