Game designer PopOK Gaming is taking players back to the Roaring Twenties in its newest video slot 'Black Booze', which sees you working with the mob to move prohibition-era booze to customers for a chance to win big.
The slot is a 5-reel, 243 ways to win video slot that is set in Chicago and sees players working with gangsters. You'll find symbols that include gangsters, firearms, night club dancers, gin, bourbon, and rum, all set against the backdrop of a city street. Features in the game include wild symbols, win multipliers, free spins, and a Super Spin symbol that boosts wins. There are also four progressive jackpots that can be won, with a mini, minor, major, and mega prize available.
PopOK is a London-based slot developer that was founded in 2019 and has deployed slots and live dealer games. The company is working on a blackjack title, which is slated for release later this year. The company holds licenses in the UK, Malta, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden, Latvia, and others.
The game has baked-in mobile support and can be played on an array of different devices.
Black Booze is available now at casinos that offer PopOK's game library.
This game actually looks pretty cool. I'll be wanting to see if PopOK gets a license where I live so I can give it a proper go.