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In the newest game from Push Gaming, Raptors are back. Toby P.D.

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In its most recent game, Dino P.D., B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming returns to the Triassic village that served as the inspiration for its popular game Dinopolis.

The popular original's extension is played on 5x4 reels with 20 paylines and new symbols including handcuffs, megaphones, and other dinosaur protagonists in addition to the familiar graphics.

A wild sign connects them with all the other winning symbols in the main game, making it simpler to construct combinations that result in wins. Additionally, there are Dino Coins on the reels, and it takes five or more of them to trigger the immediate cash prizes associated with each one, which can be worth up to 1,000 times their face value.

To enter the free spins phase, where the number of spins and the multiplier can be bet for a chance to win bigger sums, two scatters and a Gamble Scatter are needed.

Coins and collector coins both appear during the bonus, with the latter enabling a retrigger and gradually raising the multiplier for every four amassed. The lowest paying symbols will also become more coins as a result, thus enhancing the likelihood of winning.

The follow-up to one of the provider's recent bestsellers adds a multiplier to the well-liked coin feature and offers a number of retriggers, quick cash awards, and multipliers that combine to create high-intensity play.

Commenting on the release, George Fil, Group Managing Director at Push Gaming said: Dino P.D. provides players with an amalgamation of pre-established popular themes and mechanics whilst upgrading some of the core features that made the original Dinopolis such an instant hit.

The different mechanics we incorporated into the gameplay make us quite proud. Particularly Dino coins, which open up more exhilarating levels that we believe gamers will adore.

“It’s the return of characters that proved so popular previously with award-winning art direction too, so it’s fantastic to see the theme return for more prehistoric fun.”


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