Habanero released the game Calaveras Explosivas [Zebr_Tag_ / H1 & GT; & LT; / DIV & GT;

The provider of premium slot machines and desktop games Habanero invited players to put on dance shoes and join the celebration in their latest exciting game Calaveras Explosivas.

A new stunning game from the supplier transfers the players to the city square in a bright cascading adventure inspired by the popular Mexican national holiday Dia de Muertos.

The action of the game begins with bright visual effects and the thematic soundtrack of Mariachi, when decorative Calaveras falls on the screen with jokers, scatters and other factors.

The entire payroll in the new slot is represented by the skull symbols, each different color, shape and labeling. The gold skull is a wild symbol and can replace any other icon on the drums, except for scattering a white skull.

The remaining characters are red, blue, green, purple and orange skulls. Comedy tint has been added to each of these icons, and all those who appreciate small details will like the design.

The game boasts a cluster payment system, which means that the symbol connection of the skull of one color using Wild leads to a win. And the mechanic Cascading Reels launches and removes winnings icons, replacing them with new symbols, thereby increasing the initial factor of winning X1 on x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64 and x128 for each subsequent winnings, respectively.

Another wonderful thing that is guaranteed to enjoy players with high rates is what you can bet up to 3,000 coins on the spin, while newcomers can bet on 0.15 coins.

Commenting on the release, Tony Karapetrov, Head of the Corporate Communications Department Habanero, said:

"Dia de Muertos is a world-recognized festival that combines families to demonstrate love and respect for their ancestors, so we wanted to create a name that is a holiday. We are delighted with the festive game theme, magnificent graphics and innovative mechanics are combined to make something completely new in our portfolio, and we hope that it will be well accepted by our audience ".