NetEnt Launches New BerryBurst Slot
The Swedish developer of online gaming content NetEnt has announced the arrival of the latest addition to the company’s successful range of video slot games.
Following the launch of Aloha! Cluster Pays two years ago and the release of The Legend of Shangri-La: Cluster Pays, the new game titled BerryBurst arrives inspired by the series, although it’s not actually a part of it.
It Certainly Looks Like a Cluster Pays Game
The first thing you may have noticed is that BerryBurst doesn’t have the Cluster Pays name in its title, but it still uses some of the mechanics characteristic for Cluster Pays slots.
This includes a system where symbols will have to form a cluster consisting of a minimum of five symbols to start getting paid. If the players are lucky enough to cluster the fruit icons together, they can expect even heftier prizes thanks to the available multipliers.
But, BerryBurst does indeed differ from the other Cluster Pays slot. After the cluster symbols produce a win, they will not break or disappear from the grid, which means they are more similar to conventional slot machine symbols than to the blocks encountered in those games with Cluster Pays in their name.
If they want to win, players just need to make sure that all of their symbols are connected.
Enough Features to Make Players Happy
When it comes to the design of this slot, BerryBurst has a traditional 5-reel 3-row layout, with a decent offer of special features to make the whole experience more interesting. Although you won’t find any Free Spins round, re-spins and Expanding Wilds will help you increase your winnings.
As with most video slot releases nowadays, BerryBurst can be played on the go using a wide variety of mobile devices, as well as on desktop devices using an HTML5-compatible web browser.
The latest NetEnt game has already hit the market and can be found at any of online casinos powered by the renowned developer.
With more than 20 years of experience, NetEnt is today present in markets around the world, serving over 200 of the world’s most prominent operators and offering an extensive portfolio consisting of more than 200 games.