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Evolution's NetEnt releases sequel to intergalactic-themed Space Wars including new features


Evolution‘s brand NetEnt has announced the launch of Space Wars 2 Powerpoints, a sequel to one of its space-themed slot titles. The company stated that the second version of the original Space Wars game “brings back all its extraterrestrial favorites, and throws in a few new features.”

This “high-volatility” slot includes what the company calls “a range of high-tech features,” as well as many symbols such as Blasters, Zappers, Bombs, Wilds, “and win-inducing combos that rocket through the reels.”

“With combos, players can get the best this new galaxy has to offer – landing Column/Row Blaster, Zapper or Bomb symbols adjacent to each other makes them combine into a much more powerful feature,” a press release describes.

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— NetEnt (@NetEntOfficial) June 30, 2022

On their own, each feature moves players one step forward to big wins, the company explains. With the Column/Row Blaster, players can blast away all who stand in their way. A 4-symbol horizontal match awards this Blaster symbol, removing all symbols except Wilds and feature symbols from the reels where the Blaster appears.

But the Powerpoints are the “rocket fuel” of the title. Each match awards Powerpoints which are then added to the collect meter at the top of the reels. As players fill up the meter, they move up the levels and increase their win multiplier.

James Jones, Head of Business Development at Evolution, said: “This game has it all – an epic intergalactic showdown, fantastic characters, thrilling graphics, and features that make each spin an adventure. The original Space Wars found a special place in players’ hearts and we’re excited to be launching the sequel this year.”

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