R. Franco Digital has expanded its slots catalogue with the release of the fiendishly festive Christmas Nightmare across its worldwide operator network.
This holiday season-themed title challenges players to help the heroes of the story, Santa Claus and Rudolph, to complete their tricky mission of handing out Christmas gifts. An array of spooky characters, including elves, giant gingerbread cookies and evil spiders, attempt to block their stocking-filling quest.
The new title contains five reels and three rows and is packed with features. Santa Claus acts as an expanding wild symbol on reels two and four and the remaining three reels are home to scatter symbols, which pay three times the total stake.
The Gift Sled symbol banks 20% of every spin stake as a special prize and is triggered when players accumulate eight Rudolph symbols during gameplay.
The biggest gift of all lies in wait when landing the Crown Bonus. If a Christmas Wreath appears on reels one and three, players get the chance to select a Christmas Ball from those presented, with a potential prize of up to 200 times the stake.
Christmas Nightmare features an attractive, responsive user interface that is optimised for web and mobile devices. It is the latest in a long line of eye-catching releases from R. Franco Digital as Spain’s biggest name continues to expand its offering across regulated markets globally.
Commenting on the launch, Mario Benito, Commercial Director of R. Franco Digital, said: “We tasked our talented team with producing a festive cracker and they have certainly come up with the goods again in Christmas Nightmare.
“It’s a fun take on a classic theme, with a few frights and plenty of big-win potential. Players all over the world have already responded positively to the release, which comes at the end of another highly productive year for R. Franco Digital.”
The most recent addition to R. Franco Digital’s renowned games catalogue, which is playable in both Spanish and English, can be enjoyed by players based in Colombian, Spanish, MGA and Curacao-licensed markets.