A provider in the game development studio space has confirmed that it has released an Irish-themed game.
The game, titled Patrick’s Magic Field, has been released around the time of the major event St Patrick’s Day.
In the game, a leprechaun called Evelina is brought to the top of Rainbow Hill.
There, she plays tricks on people who come onto her land.
Players will be treated to an Irish-focused aesthetic, including four-leafed clovers.
They will also be able to customize the risk level involved according to their own specific needs, a press release said.
This is represented according to the number of bombs that are visible on the field in which Evelina moves.
The game is brought to life by Spinential, which is a game engine owned by Evoplay.
One of the benefits of this engine is its ability to bring about significantly faster load times.
Also offered by this engine is an autospin function.
Statements from senior leaders
In a statement, a senior figure at Evoplay said that the timing was all-important.
The company’s chief executive officer, Ivan Kravchuk, pointed out that the release coincided with that of St Patrick’s Day.
“St Patrick’s Day is a time where people celebrate their good fortune and we’re hoping to enhance the party with this latest release,” he said.
He went on to describe the game as an “instant game” that was thrilling in nature – and that offered the opportunity to receive “big rewards”.
“This thrilling instant game offers a simple yet highly entertaining gaming experience, providing players with a joyous time and every chance to take home big rewards,” he explained in remarks to the press.