Kalamba Games Reveals Fiery New Slot with a Blazing Bull

Kalamba Games has been rising through the ranks of software development, creating newer games with more creative designs found nowhere else. This time, they are set to release their newest game which revolves around a true test of survival and courage. Blazing Bull lets loose a parade of vengeful animals that must be tamed for you to win prizes.

This specialized 6×4 reel slot machine contains many animals that can be landed for rewards. Bears, eagles, wolves and cougars are all here for you to capture and score successful combinations with. The star of this animal kingdom is, of course, the Blazing Bull. He is both wild in nature and The Wild in the game, substituting all other symbols in the game for more wins.

To help increase your potential at winning bigger prizes, the player can start landing the special coin symbols. These can unlock free spins that have bonus multipliers added on top of the wins you get during these rounds. The Silver and Gold coins also act as Wilds but will give you double or triple the amount of what you normally receive. If you win big enough, you can gain up to 15 extra free spins with an even bigger multiplier added on top of it.

Blazing Bull contains more than what meets the eye. The animals themselves are all rare species of beloved animals from the western wilds. The animations connected to these animals are all well-made, popping out of the screen at you to give you that frighteningly real experience. Kalamba Games is expected to deliver more games like this in the upcoming year, improving these animations and incredible visuals.

You can play this game from the official Kambala Games website or from any other operator connected to them that has the game available to play.

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