Kalamba Games Electrifies the Reels in Lightning Fortune

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Kalamba Games amps up the action in its latest retro-inspired release, Lightning Fortune. Set across six reels, this slot sees the return of classic AWP machine symbols such as cherries, watermelons and bells that are joined by the highest-paying electric icon. These must form a matching combination across 3,600 ways to award a win.

Wilds substitute all base game symbols except bonus, making it easier for players to be awarded a win while K-Cash makes a welcome return too. Kalamba Games’ fan-favorite feature awards an instant cash prize if the same symbols on highlighted positions on reels one and two match those found on the remaining reels.

K-Boost also returns with its two progressive meters filling when corresponding bonus symbols are landed in the base game. These increase incrementally, awarding a higher starting number of spins when entering the bonus round. During the free spins, unlocked for landing three or more scatters, K-Cash values can be multiplied by up to 10x, increasing the winning potential of the slot.

Juxtaposing classic symbols with innovative mechanics, Lightning Fortune is a multifaceted release that follows other recent Kalamba Games’ hits such as Joker Rainbows, Megaways Duel of the Dead and Joker Leprechauns Hit ‘n’ Roll.

“Lightning Fortune epitomizes our ambition of appealing to a continually expanding player base, as we enter new markets and expand our reach in existing jurisdictions, we endeavor for our games to be enjoyed by a variety of players,” the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer for Kalamba Games, Alex Cohen, said. “The slot combines retro aesthetics with ingenious mechanics such as K-Cash, progressive meters and bonus features to deliver an engaging slot with a focus on entertainment. We are excited to see what electrifying wins players will create.”

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