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BGaming’s releases new slot Foxy Wild Heart

5 May 2022

(PRESS RELEASE) -- BGaming presents its new slot Foxy Wild Heart, inspired by famous fairy tales about a fox and a rabbit. The synergy of excellent features, HD graphics, and charm of newly-interpreted characters makes the Foxy Wild Heart an up-and-coming game.

The new BGaming slot Foxy Wild Heart has a main hero - a cunning red fox in a black coat inspired by famous fairy tales about a fox and a rabbit. Sometimes cruel, sometimes charming! What we particularly love about this new character is the energetic manner.

Foxy Wild Heart is a vivid slot with 20 paylines and maximum exposure of x2800, full of fantastic features, which along with HD graphics, make the player’s experience even more exciting.

Like BGaming's WBC Ring of Riches, this 10 spin cycle game features classic Free Spins and Wild symbols and delights players with Wild Frames and Extra Multiplier features.

Those players who want games to be fast and juicy will be thrilled about the game's Buy Bonus feature with three levels - a regular bonus and two unique options with guaranteed 2x2 wild frame and 3x3 wild frame from the first spin!

"We in BGaming are passionate about striking characters because they set the right tone for a slot. A character's mood and personality can influence even the feature set," Katherine Puteiko, Product Marketing Team Lead at BGaming, said. " We added two unique options with a 2x2 wild frame and 3x3 wild on top of ordinary Buy Bonus to roll the dice and make the game even more thrilling. All these bonuses make the slot as wild-card as Foxy's nature!"

The game is already available on King Billy, N1 Casino and other reputable platforms.

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