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Zombie Hoard Online Pokie Released by Microgaming

Do you love zombie-theme pokie games? Then, you absolutely have to give Microgaming’s Zombie Hoard a go! Made in collaboration with Slingshot Studios, his undead experience is sure to give you chills and thrills as you fight to survive in this intense but comical pokie game. New Zealanders should be clamouring to try this new pokie at their favourite casino powered by the software famed developer.

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Speaking on the new game, David Reynolds, stated that “Zombie Hoard is an enjoyable new slot from Slingshot Studios, serving up a fun and lively take on the popular zombie genre.” He went on further to say that it is “Capped off with gruesomely fun graphics and toe-tapping tunes, Zombie Hoard is an engrossing new addition to Microgaming’s diverse catalogue.”

Zombie Hoard Gameplay Features

Zombie Hoard is a five-reel pokie with only nine paylines. The game makes use of a strong zombie theme; with an art style that will remind players of the old Plants Vs Zombies mobile games. The inviting colour scheme and interesting soundtrack will have players wanting to come back for more in a title that is seemingly very interesting.

The game’s symbols are made up of a combination of designs that relate to the theme and playing cards. The symbols that relate to the title’s theme include four different types of zombies. There is a nurse, policeman, chef and maid styled zombie. The title’s wild is the game’s logo. Players can win up to 133.33 times their stake for landing five of a kind.

Zombie Hoard features on major bonus feature. Players can trigger it by either landing symbols with brains on them of which they need 30 for the free spins symbol or the can do so by landing three scatter symbols on the reel. Players will then get 34 free spins to win great prizes. Winnings are subject to a x2 multiplier.

Play Zombie Hoard Online

Zombie Hoard is an amazing title that New Zealand players need to give a go themselves. If you’re keen to try it, you can do so at any of the Microgaming casinos featured on this site.

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