Games By Daditz / October 28, 2017 Share Tweet Share The award-winning Swedish supplier of high-quality games and gaming solutions – Play’n Go, released a new cascading avalanche slot as a sequel to its highly popular Energoonz slot.Reactoonz is a cascading avalanche slot machine featuring the 7×7 grid based on clusters of symbols. The quirky parallel universe game, envisioned by the ingenious gaming developer is charged with celestial power, but more importantly, winning potential.Players will reap the rewards from making clusters of matching aliens and sending them off from the board to another galaxy. That is precisely what Gargantoon needs in order to gain its super powers and fill up his Quantum Leap meter, thus triggering an avalanche of Wilds and Bonus features.Thanks to the Play’n Go‘s powerful multi-channel platform, players will be able to enjoy the parallel universe-inspired release on desktop, mobile, and tablet devices, as well as land-based channels, with the same high level of gaming experience.CEO of Play’n Go, Johan Törnqvist, added:We’ll once again be taking players on an immensely enjoyable journey into deep space to visit the Reactoonz. Energoonz proved a smash-hit with players and operators alike after its launch, and we’ve built on the proven formula with out-of-this-world visuals and new features unique to our latest grid slot.Reactoonz is the latest grid slot title by Play’n Go, following the already popular releases of Viking Runecraft, that was nominated for the Game of the Year by EGR, and GeMix video slot.Play’n Go is a widely acclaimed provider of high-end gaming content to a number of premium casino operators. Their ingenious omni-channel platform can be adapted to meet the needs of individual clients, regardless of administrative, geographic, or market-specific demands. Their games are developed in the HTML5 markup language which ensures an improved user experience on all operating systems and devices. The Swedish casino supplier was recently named the IGA Slot Provider of the Year 2017.