SpringbokCasino.co.za keeps up monthly content bonanza, with new RTG release
Johannesburg, SA: Welcome back to the Enchanted Garden! New from South Africa’s favourite online casino, SpringbokCasino.co.za, comes Enchanted Garden II, the sequel to Real Time Gaming’s hugely popular original. This ethereal new slot is due to debut on mid of June, for download, instant play and mobile.
Yes, the Fair Princess has moved back to the bottom of Springbok’s garden, where she frolics happily among the wildflowers with her supernatural friends, plus an assortment of fireflies and frogs, not to mention gnomes. Trust us, it’s what fairies do best!
This is soothing, magical slot is also filled with magical bonuses that offer some big rewards. The new game represents the June phase of Springbok’s daring and potentially foolhardy commitment to offering customers at least one new game every single month for eternity. That’s right, it’s an endless carousel of ever-evolving content down at Springbok as they strive to keep customers continually engaged. And they’re delivering, month after month.
Enchanted Garden II is 25 variable payline slot, with oodles of free spins and multipliers up for grabs. For example, the Fairy Princess herself is Wild and doubles all wins she appears in. Meanwhile, you can win Free Games with all prizes tripled in the Firefly Feature. And Fairy Princess, Garden and Gnome symbols all have a background Firefly icon, and three or more Fireflies awards extra Free Games. And there’s more: whenever the powerful Fairy Queen herself makes an appearance, she awards the Firefly Feature with extra Fairy Princess Wilds!
“We’ve been working around the clock to get this never-ending stream of high-quality, multi-platform content to our players month after month, and the positive feedback we’ve been getting has inspired us to work even harder,” said Springbok manager Daniel van Wyk. “Fortunately through our software partnership with Real Time Gaming, we can always guarantee that new content will be the best in the business.”