Play'n GO Releases 'Raging Rex' Slot

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Casino game developer Play'n Go is getting prehistoric with their newest video slot release 'Raging Rex', which sees you staring down a giant lizard more terrifying than your mother-in-law.

Raging Rex is a 6 reel, 4096 ways to win video slot set in a Jurassic jungle, complete with giant dinosaurs and ember encrusted mosquitos. The game has a set of sharp visuals that looked extremely crisp on my smartphone as well as my LCD desktop screen, and the features are quite intriguing as well. These features include wilds, stacked wilds, a Rampage mode where the T-Rex comes in and makes entire reels wild, and win multipliers. These all combine to give the game a default RTP of 96.34%, although individual operators can tweak the game all the way down to a shocking 84.44%.

Raging Rex is available for play now at casinos offering Play'n Go's gaming library, and can be accessed on desktop and mobile devices.

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bgsharpe
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27 December 2018 - 1:33pm
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Play'n GO definitely released some of the finest slots in the last year or so and that's the reason for most of their newest titles to be a must try I think.
This definitely looks promising as well.

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27 December 2018 - 1:35pm
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Sorry duplicate post.

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12 January 2019 - 12:42pm
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I tried the game a couple of times since it was released and I'm not too impressed. The base game pays decently but it's definitely not one of my favorites from Play'n Go.