Nolimit City Launches 'Punker Rock xWays' Game

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Maltese casino game designer Nolimit City has announced the launch of their newest game, 'Punk Rocker xWays', which takes players to 1970's London for a chance to stick it to the establishment by betting money with a regulated market entity.

The game is a 5 reel, 243 ways to win video slot that's got a British backdrop full of graffiti and anti-establishment art. Players will find symbols of various historical characters like Einstein, Churchill, or the Queen mother dressed up with mohawks or set up like an ape. There are also other symbols such as brass knuckles, a guitar pedal, Molotov cocktail, anarchy symbol, and combat boots.

Of course, a stylish game is nothing without features, and this is where Punk Rocker shines. The game has wilds, riot re-spins (when you land 2 scatters), Anarchy and Civil War free spins, and the registered trademark (how punk) xWays symbols, which hold between two and four of the same symbols and expand onto the reels.

Check out a preview of the game below:

Commenting on the launch Nolimit City's Per Lindheimer said, "We hope to make games that stick out and want to get noticed for our innovative game design - this game brings this to the extreme, especially with its rowdy graphical approach that is loud and extremely up-tempo. Make sure to try out the Nolimit Bonus tool - a feature buy shortcut for you who doesn't want to earn the Freespins through the regular grind."

Players can find Punk Rocker xWays now at casinos that feature Nolimit's suite of games.

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12 February 2020 - 4:24pm
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Ya know, I actually really like the look and feel of this game. Nolimit did a good job on this one if you ask me. Only thing missing is some music in the background.

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17 February 2020 - 8:25pm
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Recently I have played several of their games (Tombstone, Dragon Tribe) and I quite enjoy them. This one seems to be quite volatile in terms of payouts, but design wise is definitely something more unusual. Unusual is good, otherwise it feels like everything has already been played and seen.

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18 February 2020 - 3:54pm
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I'm not a fan of the chaotic gameplay but I can appreciate the ambitious design choices and flawless execution. I purchased the Anarchy and Civil War features and got returns of 25% and 110% respectively - wouldn't recommend.

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19 February 2020 - 1:49pm
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Oof, that's not a good return!

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19 February 2020 - 6:02pm
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I didn't even notice the buy features, but they are so costly! The high potential spins are roughly 250x bet to purchase, minimum bet is 0.20$ so that's a lot of money!

Matthew