Good news for Dutch lovers of slots from the '80s and 90s'! Red Tiger has just announced a brand new title in their online final portfolio based on the hilarious rude television series Flodder. The series about the unabashed Flodder family was incredibly popular in the eighties and nineties and the well -known family members, such as Ma, Johnnie, son Kees and daughter Kees, will make their well -deserved return in the game.
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According to Red Tiger, the Flodder Slots game will be optimized for tablets and smartphones. At the moment it is unfortunately not yet known when "Flodder", which is the provisional title of the game, will actually be available and in which licensed Dutch gambling sites.
Red Tiger is a developer -based developer who specializes in slots games for mainly European and Asian online Casino’s. Since its foundation in 2014, Rider Tiger has been able to win prizes for prizes for her high -quality games.
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Flodder slot game elements
The Flodder Slot will consist of three and five rolls with 25 paylines in total. This number will be available with both a low and high bet and cannot be changed by the player. Speaking of bets, the minimum insert is $ 0.10 per spin and increases to a maximum of $ 10 per spin.
The payment rate of Flodder is 95.75%, which is slightly lower than what we are used to from most slots. The main prize is then attractive, with a maximum of 7564 times your bet. With a maximum deployment of $ 10, you will arrive at a main price worth $ 75,640, which is certainly not wrong. Finally, there are also plenty of bonus features and free spins to be released.
Flodder the television series
Although most Dutch people know Flodder from the series on the Buis, Flodder made his debut in 1986 as a cinema film by director Dick Maas. The film hit like a bomb at the time and managed to attract more than 2 million visitors. The film was also doing very well internationally, especially in Germany and USA.
Due to his success, a successor could of course not have been missing, which was published in 1992 under the title "Flodder in America!". The television debut came a year later with Flodder, which did not broadcast Fast payoutfewer than 62 episodes in total. Finally, the last part came out in the Flodder Film Trilogie in '95 with Flodder 3.