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May 30, 2022 Technology, Online, iGaming

Expanse Studios develops ‘atypical’ slot game

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Bet multiplier of up to 25,000 for matching six numbers.

Malta-based game creator Expanse Studios on Monday said it has put together an “atypical” casino game for those who enjoy mobile games: Swipe.

According to the company, the goal of the game is to make a perfect combination of numbers that will correspond to randomly selected digits.

The closer players get to the correct combination, the more money they can win. The payout ratios are from one up to 25,000. The coefficient grows with a larger number of matching numbers, of course, and reaches its maximum if the player hits all the digits of a randomly selected number.

When players open Swipe, they will notice two windows with six numbers each. The first contains a RNG number and the second is reserved for the player who, dragging from top to bottom, puts together their combination, matching the first combination as much as possible.

If the player match five digits, the bet is multiplied by 1,000. If the player hits all six numbers, the payout is multiplied by 25,000.

According to a statement from the company, the game is “quite dynamic” as the outcome is known after only a few seconds, “ideal for fast game fans.”

“It will appeal to all players who like unconventional games, with a touch of adrenaline, but lots and lots of fun,” the statement read.

Expanse Studios was founded in 2017 by a group of gaming enthusiasts. They describe themselves as a young team, but made up of industry veterans who are trying to bring a new approach to game creation.

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