Push Gaming Launches 'Space Stacks' Slot

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Game designer Push Gaming has announced the launch of its newest video slot 'Space Stacks', which sees players trying to connect a reel of symbols from the bottom to the top for a chance to win big cash prizes.

The game takes part in outer space and includes 10 reels and 10 rows, and sees players betting on particular reels. Players can bet on colors of reels or prize blocks, which can offer players win multipliers, instant prizes, and more. The game has a max win of 5,000x your wagered amount. Mobile support is also supported, letting you play on the go.

"As a company Push Gaming has continually produced ground-breaking titles that truly subvert player's expectations on what a slot can be," said Push Gaming CEO James Marshall. "Space Stacks and the Reelbets™ mechanic demonstrate our drive to deliver slot enthusiasts a whole new way to play, and we're absolutely delighted to be bringing such an exciting new feature to the market.

"It's also about pushing the envelope, taking risks to offer something truly different to the industry, with an aim of entertaining players with new mechanics that can sit well in regulated markets"."

"Positioning betting options as a core gameplay feature while also combining a multitude of engaging bonuses for players to enjoy provides a fresh experience - we're challenging ourselves to entertain players with game design with the goal of that being recognised and increasing engagement accordingly."

Space Stacks can be played now at casinos that offer Push Gaming's library of slots.

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4 November 2022 - 9:23pm

I played this game, and while I think its different, I quickly got bored. *yawn* Not enough action on the reels.

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11 November 2022 - 11:35am

It reminds me a bit of Space Miners from Relax Gaming. I like the Space theme- haven't tried it yet but will give it a go. However, Push Gaming tends to launch high volatile games so if there's not much action as Slim says, could be a balance drainer quickly.