A Nudge to Success in New NetEnt Game
The online gambling sector is holding its breath, because NetEnt, arguably the most exciting and popular iGaming developer in the world, has just announced the release of a brand new slot. Temple of Nudges takes place in a lush green jungle, comes complete with 243-paylines and takes place on a 5x3 grid.
Temple of Nudges has stacked symbols, wild symbols and, as the name suggests, it also allows players to “nudge”. This is a feature that fans of old-school slots and arcade slots will remember fondly. It essentially allows players to “nudge” a reel forward, bringing a symbol into view that was previously just out of view and potentially helping to turn a non-winning spin into a winning one.
What to Expect
The nudge feature on Temple of Nudges is activated as soon as the player lands a winning payline. They can use it to turn a small win into a bigger one. If they win using the nudge then they can nudge again, and again. As long as the wins keep coming then the nudges can keep happening.
There is also a respin feature where the winning paylines are locked into place and everything else is spun, allowing the wins to stack up. This feature shares a lot in common with features like Rolling Reels, which also goes by the name Cascading Reels and has been seen on popular slots like There Little Pigs and Gonzo’s Quest, among others.
Nudging for Wins
A sportsperson for NetEnt claimed that they created Temple of Nudges to bring back this popular but seriously underused feature, noting that nudges are “popular around the world” as well as the NetEnt offices. They added that Temple of Nudges will serve as a great addition to their expansive and ever-growing roster of games, one that includes some of the most-played and most-accredited games in the iGaming sector.
This has been a busy time for NetEnt in more ways than one, because in addition to launching games like Temple of Nudges they have also been acquiring gaming licenses in new markets. They recently made deals for a very big portion of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey gambling sectors, ones that will put them in the perfect position to become a leading figure in the US gambling market should there be more big changes there.