With recent inroads to major Asian operators, casino software provider Booming Games has released it’s latest slot product, Chow’s Chance.
This game is set in a tranquil tea house bathed in warm reds and accompanied by calming traditional Chinese music. The tea house is run by a friendly old couple, Mr. and Mrs. Chow, except there’s nothing ordinary about them. Mr. Chow is an anthropomorphized panda bear, while his wife is a lucky cat. Both characters are rendered in fine 3D detail and interact with the players with many gestures, like tugging at the ear lobe, bowing, and even giggling.
The gameboard is based on a game of Mahjong, with the symbols resting on bone-white tiles and inspired by the game’s character suites. A dragon character serves as the slot’s wild piece, the flower is the scatter which awards free spins, and the cyclonic winds serve as the special symbol which triggers the game’s 2-Way Pay feature for 10 spins at a time.
With 50 fixed paylines running across a large 5×4 grid, achieving 2-Way Pay promises the potential of massive winnings. Aside from free spins and 2-Way Pay, the game also has a double-or-nothing gamble option, where Mrs. Chow stands ready with a hot pot, waiting for the player to guess between green or orange tea.
Asian operating partners like global casino systems provider, XIN Gaming, will be among the first to offer this amazing slot to their players, but no doubt Chow’s Chance can be popular with as many players around the world as all the tea in China.
Booming Games is the creative software branch of the larger Juma Group, which also includes platform provider Entergaming.