Genting Casino announced today that popular physical slot game Kitty Glitter will be making the long-awaited move to digital format. Players will now be able to win big on the famous feline slots, joining an already sizeable fan base of those who have been able to preview the game on dedicated physical slot machines.
Plump the pillows and open the can of luxury tuna – Kitty Glitter slots online is here, and if you please the fluffy feline, there’s riches to be had. Once owned by an aging heiress, four cats received her riches when she died, but the loot wasn’t split equally. One cat, the infamous Kitty Glitter, got the lion’s share, even wearing a priceless diamond pendant around its neck. Play the slots and catch the cats and you, their faithful carer, will finally get what you’re owed. You’ll have to be fast, and think ahead, but play well and there’s a king’s ransom waiting. That fluffy, cuddly kitty may be adorable, but play the slots like a pro and it’s also your ticket to a better tomorrow.
Play Kitty Glitter slots online and you’re in for a treat. Four lucky cats, 30 pay lines (that’s ten more than many other online slots), and an amazing free spins bonus in which ALL FOUR cats become wild (or should that be ‘feral’?) sets you up to take home the riches. Kitty Glitter has been an amazing success in our physical casinos, and we’re happy to open up such a popular game to our online players.”
It’s an engaging storyline, but perhaps the bigger draw will be the game itself. Players who get five cars in a row will ‘inherit’ 500 coins, while turning the cat symbols wild opens a whole new world of possibilities. This can be done by finding three diamond bonus symbols. Free spins offer huge payouts from that point, with dozens of different possible combinations opening up before the player.
Satisfied players of the physical version suggest this is yet another case of Genting Casino bringing brilliant physical games to the digital marketplace. It’s sure to become a mainstay of the digital scene, and many have speculated it may even increase in popularity online – after all, if there’s one thing the web likes, it’s cats.