After the tremendous success of Merry Scary Christmas slot Mascot Gaming is finally releasing its second 3D game Bastet and Cats based on fascinating Egyptian graphics. Having their key feature Risk & Buy in place, the company is also introducing a new game mechanics Rockfall.
Egypt is definitely the leader of slot thematics among slot players. Loyal to their humour-based unique approach, Mascot Gaming offers a fresh interpretation of this theme. This time the main character is Bastet - Egyptian goddess of love, joy and cats. Gamine and cheerful, she will welcome every draw!
The first 3D Mascot Gaming release has been named the Slot of the month by one of the respectful industry media. The second game in the set contains some non-standard functionality called Rockfall: instead of classic reels, symbols are falling on the gaming field from the top after winning combinations disappear from the screen. Apart from that, with every new Rockfall the winning multiplier increases: up to x5 in a regular game and up to x15 in free spin series.
Mascot Gaming free spin series promise additional joy to players: in Bastet and Cats its number is not fixed, but depends on appearing scatter symbols. With scatter feature turned on, each scatter provides a random number of free spins or money ensuring huge prizes and long lasting game. What’s more, extra series can be obtained during free spin series.
As a rule, the slot contains Mascot Gaming’s key feature - Risk and Buy where a player can either buy more free spins or risk his winning to get even more.
Margarita Malysheva, the Head of Marketing at Mascot Gaming: «We like to amuse players in new games, that’s why we not simply used enchanting 3D Egyptian theme, but also added all the best features - Rockfall multipliers, Risk&Buy and prolonged free spin series. We’re convinced that our second 3D game will be as popular as the Christmas edition and even more! There are not many games with Rockfall feature on the market, so everyone should value our efforts. Basted and Cats is a superhit!»