Nuworks Launches 'Silver Bells' Slot

Internet casino game developer Nuworks has announced the launch of Silver Bells, a new video slot that's being released just in time for Christmas.

Silver Bells is a 5 reel, 30 payline video slot that takes place at the Nort Pole. The game features an array of different sexy and holiday themed symbols. The game's features include scatters, wild symbols, and up to 75 free spins. Nuworks is an offshoot of RTG, and their games are provided to a small number of online casinos, including Lucky Club Casino.

Speaking about the launch Lucky Club's Alex Hunter said, "It's time to pour the eggnog and stoke the fire - the holiday season is here! Slots time can be a nice break during the busy holidays. I have a feeling Silver Bells will be a Christmas favorite for years to come!"

Silver Bells is available for play now at casinos offering Nuworks software.

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30 November 2017 - 6:59am
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Silver Bells gives me an idea, with the recent success of Guns & Roses slot and the Machine Head slot, why hasn't and AC/DC Slot been released, a " Hells Bells " themed slot, now that would be wicked.

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30 November 2017 - 8:41am
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Huh, NuWorks is still releasing new slots. Surprising.
I wonder why this software didn't get popular among players. The games are pretty much the same with RTG 🤔

I might try this game later.

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1 December 2017 - 9:44am
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I not familiar hear developer Nuworks,and I never play it,I hope can immediately try it,I interest from pic

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14 December 2017 - 12:26pm
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Yeah I'm not too familiar with Nuworks games either, hopefully in future would be able to try some of theirs as they really looks nice.