B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has announced the network-wide release of Generous Jack, a slot that pays homage to land-based Casino, whilst providing new and innovative slot mechanics for players to enjoy.
Offering expanding reels through a Push-Up mechanic, the title can be initially played across one row with three positions for multiplier chips to appear. Chips award their displayed number as an X win prize, however, multiple chips landing adjacent to each other pay the prizes as they appear. This ‘win what you see’ concept means that a seven-chip and one-chip together will pay 71x.
This innovative feature is further built upon through the Jack coin symbol with each unlocking additional rows for more coins to be landed upon. Furthermore, this increases the area for more Jack coin symbols to be landed with at least three needed to unlock entry into the free spins round.
Additional Jack coin symbols will award more free spins up to the maximum of 10. Here, all reels are expanded allowing for increased chances of chips being landed on the game board.
The title’s pioneering yet easy-to-understand gameplay introduces yet another new game mechanic in the Push-Up feature to the provider’s portfolio which has seen numerous new features added in recent months. Cluster Link appeared in the recent hit Retro Tapes, Race Reels was a prominent part of Mad Cars and ReelBets underpinned Space Stacks, highlighting Push’s commitment to bringing genuine innovation to the slot space.
Commenting on the release, James Marshall, CEO at Push Gaming said: “Pushing the boundaries of creativity, slot design and player’s needs is something we pride ourselves on and Generous Jack delivers on all of these aspects.
“We’ve introduced a new level of simplicity, with a focus on instant win prizes, on top of a unique betting option with our Push-Up feature. The title’s experimental design drives engagement with each spin being able to award huge wins both in the base game and bonus round. With a 10,000x max win up for grabs Generous Jack certainly lives up to its name.”