Swedish casino games developer NetEnt has released the final game in its NetEnt Rocks tour with the launch of its new slot based on legendary English rock band Motörhead.

Following the successful roll out of slots based on Guns N’ Roses and Jimi Hendrix, NetEnt is now live with Motörhead, enabling players to spin the reels to the legendary sounds of Phil Campbell, Mikkey Dee and Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilimister.

From Ace of Spades to Overkill, the slot includes some of the band’s most popular songs, with one of their best known – Bomber – lending its name to a unique feature of the game.

The five-reel, 76-line video slot also ramps up the action with free spins and wild substitution, as well as a Mystery Reel feature.

“The NetEnt Rocks tour has rewritten the rules for branded games, with Guns N’ Roses and Jimi Hendrix exploding onto centre stage this year,” said Simon Hammon, chief product officer of NetEnt. “Now, our customers can crank up the volume once more with the launch of our Motörhead slot based on the iconic gaming song Ace of Spades, which we’re sure will capture player’s imagination yet again.”

Shares in NetEnt AB (Co. Data) (STO:NET-B) were trading up 1.65 per cent at SEK77.20 per share in Stockholm early Thursday.

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