Tom Horn Gaming Launches New Mining-Themed Slot Mine Mine Quest

Mine Mine Quest

Developer Tom Horn Gaming has this week released a brand new video slot.

Mine Mine Quest is the new mining-themed slot from Tom Horn Gaming, which invites players to dig for gold. The game is available now with all Tom Horn Gaming-partnered casino operators.

The slot uses a 9×8 layout, has an RTP of 95.41%, and it has a medium variance, which means you’re given an equal chance to make both big and small wins. It requires players to bet between £0.50 and £100 per spin.

Similarly to John Hunter And The Quest For Bermuda Riches released by Pragmatic Play yesterday (November 1, 2021), Mine Mine Quest requires players to make a cluster of five or more matching symbols to create a win. It is Tom Horn Gaming’s first slot with a cluster mechanic.

Special Features

The Mine Mine Quest comes with several special features, including a Shatter Mode where winning symbols explode and are replaced with new ones. If 13 symbols are collected during the Shatter Mode, either a giant symbol is triggered of up to 6×6 or a string of up to 10 Wild Symbols appear to help create more wins.

There’s also the Shake Up feature which is triggered on unsuccessful spins to help create a potential winning combination, and the slot has a Free Spins mode that is triggered by landing five or more TNT symbols during the Shatter Mode for between five to 20 free spins.

What They Say

Ondrej Lapides, the CEO at Tom Horn Gaming, said in a statement: “Mine Mine Quest features an immersive soundscape and amazing visuals combined with well-balanced features which come together in smooth and exciting gameplay. This game is really fun to play and it is sure to find a premium spot in our operators’ casino lobbies.”

The launch of Mine Mine Quest follows the release of other games from Tom Horn Gaming, including Spacejammers, classic slot machine title Fruits Go Pop!, Beastie Bux, La Tomatina, and numerous others.

The release also comes as Tom Horn Gaming continues to expand across the world by striking agreements with operators such as in Romania, in Lithuania, SkillOnNet in all regulated markets, and Paf across Europe.