AvatarUX takes control of the mic in HipHopPop™

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Award-winning slots studio AvatarUX has turned the volume up to 11 in its latest slot release, HipHopPop™.

The 5×3, pays both ways title incorporates the iconic PopWins™ mechanic, which sees any winning symbol pop and have two more fill it space, quickly enhancing both paylines and win potential.

Reels are filled with partying characters, as well as boomboxes and stylish sneakers, as players look to unlock all reels to the max height of six to trigger the free spins. During this mode, reels can increase up to nine symbols high, while the Synced Reel feature will see two symbols match up at random during the bonus.

When the bonus is launched, players are confronted with a gamble wheel, where they can spin to potentially win improved free spins modes.

During the free spins, a starting multiplier will increase by at least 1x for every winning spin, which doesn’t reset for the duration of the round.

In certain jurisdictions, players can progress directly to the bonus through one of a number of options, which guarantee either basic free spins, guaranteed wilds, synced reels or the combination of all, depending on the initial outlay.

HipHopPop™ is the newest title from AvatarUX and joins a growing portfolio of innovative content that influenced the studio being named Rising Star at the 2022 EGR B2B Awards.

The game is initially available exclusively to AvatarUX’s partners with direct integrations and will be rolled out globally in January next year.

Nicola Longmuir, CEO at AvatarUX, said: HipHopPop™ sees us break out our dance moves and get down with the beat as players look to land huge wins on the dancefloor through our innovative PopWins™ mechanic.

“We continue to explore exciting themes with our PopWins™ games as this has been one of our most enjoyable yet!”

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