Available now at some of our reviewed SA online casinos is another exciting new addition to the popular Kingdoms Rise slot series – Kingdoms Rise: Shadow Queen. This is the ninth and latest instalment, and it first arrived in casinos in July 2020. The new Shadow Queen online slot was developed by Ash Gaming (a Playtech company). It has 5 reels and up to 500 different ways to win per spin, and it’s playable from 0.50 coins up to a maximum of 2,000.00 coins per spin.
South African players can access this game either in the real money mode or free play demo mode. It can be launched either instantly in your web browser or from within the Playtech casino download client, and it’s available on desktop and mobile. There are three different Wild Symbols (regular Wilds, Partially Stacked Wilds, and Fully Stacked Wilds), and the main bonus feature is a Free Spins.
The game is also connected to the Kingdoms Rise jackpot network that links all nine of the Kingdoms Rise slots, and at any one time, it’s possible to win the Daily Strike Jackpot, the Power Strike Jackpot or the Epic Jackpot. These jackpots can drop at any time, and they can be won by any player, playing with any stake.
The Epic Jackpot is the largest of three jackpots, and it’s now worth more than R5,299,555.77. This life-changing jackpot has no restrictions, and it can climb to no fixed amount before being won. The Daily Strike Jackpot must be won every day before midnight, and it’s currently worth more than R27,400.97, and the Power Strike Jackpot, which is now worth more than R31,102.65, must be won before it reaches R40,000.
If you enjoyed playing on any of the other Kingdoms Rise slots, then you should also enjoy playing on this fun new addition too. If you haven’t ever tried them out, then you may want to check one or more of them out when you next play at Casino.com or Mansion Casino. In this series, you can find Scorching Clouds, Reign of Ice, Chasm of Fear, Captain’s Treasure, Sands of Fury, Guardians of the Abyss, Forbidden Forest, and Legend of Elvenstone. The majority of these games were developed by Origins (a Playtech subsidiary company), but Legend of Elvenstone was developed by Rarestone Gaming, and Scorching Clouds was developed by Sunfox Games (which are also both Playtech subsidiary companies).