NoLimit City Slot ‘Loner’ Now Live!

Nolimit City takes fans away from the twisted plastic reality of its latest and highly anticipated slot, Kenneth Must Die. The provider hasn’t fallen short of delivering exhilarating and volatile slots, from re-works of classics such as Tombstone RIP to haunting players as was seen in Possessed. They have now turned their focus to an alternate version of 90s infomercial television in Loner.

The slot plays on the theme of a couch potato with questionable hygiene and lazy habits. The base game has a plethora of features, starting off with xBet® and Double xBet® that introduce guaranteed Monitor Scatters to the reels that can reveal xSplit®, Infectious xWays® and Max Win symbols to the reels. The Amber Wild symbol also gives the slot depth by dropping a 2×2 or 3×3 Wild Symbol that can connect symbols across the reels.

Loner takes players back in time with the three Bonus Games: Shoot Shoot Duck, a popular fun fair game with a twist; Pin The Win, which plays on the dream of witnessing the DVD logo land in the corner of the screen; and Tick Tick Boom, which gives way to explosive wins in a dark way.

If that wasn’t good enough, xGod™ makes its return, a fan favourite allowing for an instant max win at any time, whether in the base game or any of the three bonuses.

Alongside xGod™, loner brings the return of the hyper-popular Nolimit City feature, GOD MODE! Introduced in Nine To Five and doubled down in BRICK SNAKE 2000, it proved to be a massive hit amongst all types of players.

God Mode can be triggered as a Bonus Buy feature where Monitor Symbols reveal M A X Symbols that will instantly award a whopping maximum payout of 14,999x times the base bet. Loner is rated as ‘Extremely’ Volatile as the bonus is a high-risk, high-reward gamble that players have come to expect from the provider and will no doubt produce plenty of max wins!

 Per Lindheimer, Head of Product at Nolimit City, said: “We’ve all been couch potatoes at some point in our lives – alone, bored and lazy. That’s exactly what Loner is based on, obviously with a unique Nolimit twist. It brings back 90s memories with its infomercial theme and unique sound bites. Not to mention the bonus games that really pack a punch and are sure to bring back some nostalgia!“

Leave a comment