Among its myriad of pokie machine franchises, Aristocrat’s Choy game franchise stands out, thanks to its vibrant Asian imagery and top-rated bonus features and jackpots.
Now, their cheery protagonist, Choy, is off on a brand-new adventure in an exciting new experience, enriched with a Super Hold & Spin experience. Chase after gold money bags that activate up to four Hold & Spin games with a massive jackpot waiting in the wings. To add to the excitement, the Choose Your Volatility free spins to offer you even more winning options than ever before.
After you’ve tried out the new title, you might want to dive into the rest of Choy’s exploits. Try Dancing Foo, which comes with expanding wilds, Lunar festival that boasts multiple jackpot levels, or Tiger Reign, which features an exciting pick-me jackpot game. These are just a few titles available in the series, so make sure to look out for the others when visiting your favourite casino.
Bringing Back the Classics
Aristocrat also recently revealed that it would be reintroducing three is its most iconic classic games to the Australia / New Zealand Market.
The pokie manufacturer’s Cash Express Luxury Line was on display at the recent Australasian Gaming Expo in Sydney and heralded the return of the games Where’s the Gold, Queen of the Nile, and 50 Lions, which have been recreated with multi-denomination and popular Hold ‘n’ Spin feature enhancements.
John Stevanja, Aristocrat’s Director of Product Marketing & Strategy ANZ & APAC said,
“Luxury Line is a fantastic product from Mojo Studio in the US, bringing back an iconic game family like Cash Express with three titles under it that are well-known Aristocrat brand classics. These games have been redeveloped to include multi-denominations and a Hold ‘n’ Spin feature, so players can have a denomination that is comfortable for them while also getting the full excitement of a Hold and Spin jackpot feature.”
“While the Luxury line game family was originally released in the US, we have very high hopes that this ANZ version will be as successful, if not more successful, than the original version,” he added.