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Manhattan Goes Wild Slot

The Malta based developers NoLimit City are continuing to make a name for themselves when it comes to slot game content for the online casino arena, with one of their latest slot game releases, Manhattan goes Wild, which went live at the beginning of October 2019.

NoLimit City have released several new casino games throughout 2019, including Tractor Beam and have had their game content taken up by casinos such as Fortune Legends.

Manhattan Goes Wild is a 243 ways to win online slot game that covers 5 reels over 3 rows, which depicts the roaring twenties, with the slot depicted in 1920’s Manhattan, New York.

A fairly entertaining slot that should keep the interest of players long enough to enable them to unlock some of the features available, which include a couple of random features. These are Bugsy Goes Wild and Betty Goes Wild. In addition to the random features, Manhattan Goes Wild also has a freespin feature round, aptly named the Manhattan Free Spins Feature, which is activated by hitting three cocktail glass symbols, which acts as the slot’s scatter symbol.

There is also one further feature game that players can hit, which is the Wild Party Respin, which provides a free respin as the name suggests.

With a maximum payout of over 1,000 times your bet stake, Manhattan Goes Wild is a solid slot game from NoLimit City and further strengthens the depth of their growing game portfolio.

Speaking about the release of Manhattan Goes Wild at the beginning of October, Per Lindheimer of NoLimit City, said: “A video slot that will get your heart beating faster than a classic swing drum solo! With features such as Manhattan Freespins, two random features and a golden stacked respin in a classic package of the roaring twenties that will take you back to these glory days!”

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Simon Wright

Simon has been working within the iGaming Industry for some 20 years now. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for

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