Wazdan Launches 'Hot 777 Deluxe' Slot

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Casino game designer Wazdan announced the launch this week of their newest slot machine, Hot 777 Deluxe, which brings a classic style with Old West flare.

The game is a 3 reel, 5 payline video slot that's comprised of classic slot symbols that include grapes, plums, lemons, oranges, pears, and red 7s. The game has a revolver set in the spin button, and sheriff stars as well. The game has a gamble feature, which allows players to put their winnings at risk for a chance to double up the haul. The game is very simplistic in a time where slot machines are becoming more and more complex, and will give fans of older games a reprieve from being bombarded by flashing symbols. The game was announced on the official Wazdan website.

Speaking about the game's release Wazdan's Andrzej Hyla said, "Hot 777™ has a considerable installed base of enthusiastic players, so we were looking for ways to augment their enjoyment and add to the pathway for developing our successful slots into the next generation. Our designers and developers have responded in style with Hot 777 Deluxe™, which is an immersive and hugely playable game that has introduced a number of new features to the original popular game. Hot 777 Deluxe™ will deliver exciting wins for players and solid revenue coupled to extended play for operators."

Hot 777 Deluxe is available for play now at casinos offering Wazdan's gaming library.

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15 October 2018 - 2:18pm
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Yeah a bit an Old West style in a generally classical looking game, not a bad idea from Wazdan developers I guess and there's still many punters who like to spin at such slots these days I believe.