Apparat Gaming goes big with Total Eclipse XXL

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Follow-up to the Hold & Spin title promises out of this world gameplay packed with unlock feature of extra rows and potential payouts of 10,000x

First there was Total Eclipse, now it’s getting even bigger with Total Eclipse XXL – Apparat Gaming’s sequel to its top slot title. As the name suggests, this is even bigger, better and more spectacular than the original, if possible at all.

Total Eclipse XXL promises players an online slot experience like nothing they have ever seen before. This is a spectacular part two that takes the gameplay and win potential to new heights with a max win potential of 11,000x.

The eclipses really do align in this five reel, four row, 40 payline slot that includes Apparat Gaming’s thrilling Hold&Spin feature.

Eclipse Spins are all about the big prizes. When four Eclipse symbols appear, the Hold & Spin feature is triggered and with more Eclipse symbols, the reels change to a layout with five reels and up to eight rows. The bigger the reels, the more chances the player has of hitting a planetary sized win.Collect all 40 Eclipse symbols and the player unlocks the Grand prize of 10,000x their bet.

Total Eclipse is a highly volatile slot with a score of 5/5 and has a return to player of 96.24%.

As with all Apparat Gaming slots, it has been certified for launch in core regulated markets including Denmark, the Netherlands, Greece, Italy, the Isle of Man, all Malta jurisdictions, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, and the UK.

Alina Dandörfer, Co-founder and Director of Apparat Gaming, said: “Total Eclipse was a massive hit with our operators and their players, but Total Eclipse XXL takes the gameplay and win potential and blasts it into the stratosphere.

“This is a highly volatile game that takes players on a thrill ride with our Hold & Spin mechanic all in play.

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