FunFair Games has announced the release of its latest real-money multiplayer game, The Wheel of Steal.
Taking inspiration from the popularity of wheel-based games in the live casino sector, FunFair Games has delivered another unique experience for the emerging generation of multiplayer gamblers. The new title combines exciting elements from existing games with more engaging social features.
Thrill-seeking players are invited to join their fellow contestants and try their hand at the unique wheel, with this multiplayer-to-single-outcome gaming title featuring huge wins available through random bet multipliers and the chance to level up through three wheels.
Players bet on one of the four gems they think the wheel will land on, as successful picks are rewarded with a share of the thief’s swag bag. After each round is closed and the wheel is in motion, the Heist Bonus randomly increases one of the gems multipliers between x5 and x100. Betting on the Lock symbol gives players the chance to land even larger wins through another two wheel levels, with multipliers increasing to x50 and x100 at each level.
The launch follows shortly on from FunFair Games’ absorbing crash-style title AstroBoomers: To the Moon!, with the developer committed to delivering social, active and simple experiences to the emerging generation of players.
Lloyd Purser, COO of FunFair Games, said: “The Wheel of Steal is the latest community-driven title we have released with a new generation of bettors in mind. We’re all about bringing new and entertaining experiences to the gambling community and we are really excited to showcase how taking proven concepts into a new vertical with additional features will resonate.”
Mathias Larsson, Managing Director of RGS Matrix, said: “FunFair Games is a different breed of content developer, and The Wheel of Steal exemplifies its innovative credentials perfectly. Fusing classic concepts with fresh additions not previously seen in our industry, its unique gaming suite is an ideal fit for the new generation of gambler.”
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