iSoftBet, the leading online games supplier and content aggregator, is back with the fourth instalment of its highly successful Hot Spin games collection with new release, Hot Spin Hot Link.
Boosted by the popular Hold & Win mechanic and an all-new Respins feature, the 20-line game contains the Hot Spin collection’s iconic design, showcasing a Hot Wheel at the side of the reels that is randomly triggered, awarding players one of three modifiers.
Hot Link Respins can be triggered from both the Hot Wheel, along with Extra Wilds, Wild Reels and Multiplier Win, and by landing five or more Hot Link symbols on the reels, awarding players three respins and unlimited retriggers.
During Respins, Hot Link symbols can link up to form bigger symbols, resulting in boosted payouts and the lucrative Hot Prizes – Hot, Hotter and Hottest – available with the biggest 3×3, 3×4 and 3×5 mega symbols.
In the base game, the Diamond symbols offer the highest payouts, followed by the Red 7, Star and Bell symbols, with classic fruits adding more flavours to the retro-style pay table.
Hot Spin Hot Link follows previous popular Hold & Win titles Outback Gold, Brides of Dracula, Moon Spirit and Gold Digger, joining an expansive collection of innovative products in iSoftBet’s award-winning slots portfolio.
iSoftBet’s Hold & Win titles deliver a slick, intuitive gameplay experience with highly engaging bonus rounds that ensure the retention of its players, with Gold Digger’s popularity generating significant success with various operator partners, including GVC, LeoVegas and Betsson.
Mark Claxton, Head of Games, iSoftBet, said: “We are thrilled to be launching the fourth addition to our renowned Hot Spin games collection with Hot Spin Hot Link, now featuring the popular Hold & Win mechanic and payouts worth up to 3000x the bet.
“We wanted to pay tribute to the original game without stripping away too many of its iconic elements, and we have done exactly that, so we expect this new Hot Spin release to go down a treat with our audiences across the globe.”