Play’n Go Unveils the Spirit World with New Game Coywolf Cash

3 Feb 2020

The famous software provider, Play’n Go, has announced its latest game to be released onto the market. The new game is based around one of the rarest animals in North America – the mysterious Coywolf, which is a mixture of a coyote and wolf. Coywolf Cash will be a game revolving around the spirit of this animal, as you set off to find the hidden treasure veiled by the spirit’s magic.

In this five-reel slot machine, players will be exploring the North American forest, which is the primary habitat of this apex predator. Coywolves are known for adapting to different environment, making them survivable creatures of flexibility and can hunt all manner of prey. As the player, you will be spinning reels to reveal the many flora and fauna which are related to the predator. These will offer you standard prizes of the game for winning combos.

Other bonuses can be found when triggering the indigenous statues which show worship towards the sacred creature. Landing these can reveal the biggest treasures of them all hidden deep within the spiritual forest.

The design of this game is something that is truly to be admired. Everything about the forest itself to the architecture of the statues unveils a proper appreciation for the land’s theme. The design of the other animals, such as the foxes or lynxes, also show appreciation for many of the rare and exotic animals found there.

The CEO of Play’n Go, Johan Törnqvist, reveals his motivation towards making a particular new game such as this:

“It was a lot of fun to base the game around an animal as interesting as the coywolf; I had no idea what they were before we started designing this game.”

That took great care in making sure they pay the proper homage to an animal as rare as this.

You can catch this new game at the ICE London event between the 4th – 6th February.

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