NetEnt releases new crime caper Cash Noire


Swedish developer NetEnt is challenging players to help Detective Tom Flint solve the sinister Green Ace murders in its latest slot release, Cash Noire, where the criminal underworld reigns and collecting the right evidence leads to big wins!

The 5-reel, 4-row video slot with 1,024 ways to win, is set in the crime-infested streets of San Cayetano and sees the return of the NetEnt’s own Avalanche feature, which originally debuted in the developer’s Gonzo’s Quest slot launched in summer 2019.

Avalanche feature:

Presented with a “twist,” the innovative mechanic removes winning symbols from the reels as they land, making room for new ones to fall into the empty spots, while mystery symbols that change into random symbols enable even bigger wins.

Meanwhile, the extra spins round, which is triggered by collecting clues, ramps up the excitement as players race to nab a prime suspect through the City Chase Map in an attempt to unlock progressive multipliers.

Retention potential:

Commenting on the new game, Chief Commercial Officer for NetEnt, Andy Whitworth, used an official press release to say…

“Cash Noire™ is a mechanically thrilling game set against the backdrop of a murder mystery that will leave players on the edge of their seats.

“With the return of Avalanche™ and a strong feature set which ramps up to solve the crime, the gameplay has huge engagement and retention potential and we look forward to it being enjoyed by a wide variety of players.”

Along with all of the expansive features, Cash Noire offers a respectable 96.06 percent RTP as well as its impressive 1024 betways to enhance player anticipation.

Evolution offer:

In related news, Sweden’s Evolution Gaming Group AB has submitted an offer to buy NetEnt AB for SEK 19.6 billion ($2.12 billion), an offer the gaming giant’s board of directors have reportedly recommended to its shareholders.

An acceptance period for the offer, which according to Evolution, it will not increase, is to commence August 17, 2020 and will expire on or around the 26th of October, 2020.