Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the gaming industry, has launched its new Viking-inspired venture Lucky, Grace & Charm, headed by an all-female group of warriors.
The highly volatile slot takes on a stunning Norse theme and is played on a 3×5 layout, overlaying a mystic harbor filled with Viking longships. The title’s striking visuals are complemented by a stirring soundtrack and innovative features that ramp up the excitement on offer.
Winning combinations of three or more of a kind will trigger a payout, with low-value card symbols ranging from 10 to Ace, mid-value symbols represented by Bunnies and Charms, and the trio of Viking heroines embodying the highest-value symbols in the game.
Lucky, Grace & Charm contains a thrilling Hold & Spin feature and a Bonus Spins mode that can be retriggered an infinite number of times, utilizing a fixed multiplier to increase wins.
Landing three Scatter symbols will trigger the Free Spins feature, awarding the player 12 respins in the process. The value of a winning line is tripled in this feature and will be multiplied by six if a Wild symbol appears in the winning combination.
In both the base game and Free Spins mode, landing five or more Money symbols will activate the Mega Hold and Spin feature. Here the player is given four respins, where failing to land a new Money symbol will result in losing a spin but landing one will reset the count to four.
Lucky, Grace & Charm is the latest title to join Pragmatic Play’s extensive slot offering, arriving hot on the heels of recent hits Empty the Bank™, Lucky Lightning and Buffalo King Megaways, which reside amongst 200+ HTML5 titles in the provider’s award-winning games portfolio.
Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We’re back with another Norse-inspired adventure, only this time, it is three female warriors at the helm of the ship!
“Lucky, Grace & Charm is packed with huge multipliers, exciting features and a variety of bonus modes to keep players entertained, and we expect the title to fare exceptionally well with our audience.”