Ugliest Catch by Evolution’s Nolimit City
When they’re not creating something totally new, Evolution’s NOLIMIT CITY is known to take established slot concepts and twist them into their very own concoction – cracking the thick ice of the world of slots and paving the way for innovative success. Their latest release, Ugliest Catch, is no different.
Following on from Space Donkey, a game that immersed players in an old-school arcade battle slot – The provider is now set to take on the fishing genre; with Nolimit proclaiming “ We’re heading to the dirty and slimy depths of a lake plagued by years of illegal and toxic dumping – in search of the Ugliest Catch.” – alluding to the tongue in cheek theme which showcases their signature humorous touch.
Ugliest Catch’s base games include the well-known xMechanics xBet and xWays which work together alongside the Enhancer cells, to allow a range of new features to pop up and expand ways to win. The new Fish Trophy Wild and Kill ‘N Grill Wild Fishing also feature in the base game but have a powerful impact in the game’s bonus modes – namely the super bonus ‘Honey Hole Spins’ – where multipliers gathered are sticky and combine with some massive potential with the ‘Big Berta’ Fish – revealing a mystery multiplier of up to 5000x!
Multiplier building + catching big fish can create a thrilling outing to the lake – and it’s in signature Nolimit City Style that Ugliest Catch is rated as an ‘Extremely Volatile’ release. Nolimit has successfully blended the relatively tame world of fishing slots along with their signature volatility. The max-win feature – aptly named “Kiss my GO-TO-HELL”, awards the game’s maximum theoretical payout of 50,000x the base bet! Surely a big fish.
“It was only a matter of time that we took on the behemoth that is fishing games,” said Nolimit City head of product Per Lindheimer. “Safe to say – we were hooked. With a massive 50,000x potential – we’ve mixed our signature volatility and mechanics with the relatively tame world of Fishing slots. The result? The Ugliest Catch you’ve ever seen!”