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NetEnt’s Wilderland™

NetEnt is taking players deep inside an enchanted woodland steeped in elvish magic in its new release Wilderland™. Set within a magical forest, the slot hides some mystical features.  NetEnt’s famous Walking Wilds mechanic is back but now with Walking Scatters, multiplying multipliers and stacks.  All the player needs is the Wilds to connect in the activation zone to start the feature.

The forest has rules about letting its secrets escape. The walking symbols can come back on the reels after walking off accompanied by an anticipation animation that drives excitement to the treetops.

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Wilderland‘s free spins depend on those walking symbols. Player’s will keep getting free spins until the last walking symbols are gone, while each spin can bring more with a full screen activation zone to increase chances of adjacent symbols connecting.

Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Games, said of the release of Wilderland: “Wilderland is a personal favourite of mine. Walking Scatter Wilds is something unique, powerful and simple that gives that feeling of thrill and constant excitement.  With the multipliers, expanding stacks and the rich theme it will be a very strong title for NetEnt this year. We are looking forward to our players’ response to this title.”

Earlier this month NetEnt released the HTML5 version of the classic title Robin Hood: Shifting Riches and on March 31st Asia-facing game Long Pao will be launched.

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Simon Wright

Simon has in excess of 15 years working within the iGaming Industry. 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 Casinomeister.com. In addition he contributes to the Compliance News on Rightlander.com.

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