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Swedish game developer Net Ent has annoucned the release of their newest video slot 'Hotline', which takes players back in time to the 80s where you participate in a heist, looking to score gems and cash in the process.
Hotline is a 5 reel video slot set in Miami during the 80s, where cocaine and crime reigned supreme. You're working as part of a team that's trying to steal gems from a museum. Game features include wilds, expanding wilds, re-spins, and free spins, as well as a multi-level bonus bet feature.
A video preview of the game can be seen below:
Commenting on the launch Net Ent's Henrik Fagerlund said, "The innovative Hotline Bonus Bet feature has the ability to give players extra options, which also has some cool new mechanics to make it standout from other slot games. With this game we wanted to provide operators with the ultimate player entertainment by bringing the popular 80's retro look and feel to our players and I believe we've achieved that with the creation of Hotline™ and its great soundtrack."
Hotline is available for play now at casinos offering Net Ent's gaming library.