Transport yourself to Tut’s ancient realm, where the King has been disturbed and risen from his quiet tomb. In Yggdrasil Gaming’s new, Tut’s Twister game, players can enjoy a new video slot featuring the ever-popular Egyptian theme, this time focusing on the famous king. The game releases today, offering players 25 pay lines, a return to player of 97.1% and a max win of 125,000!

Prepare to go on an adventure, as King Tut has risen from the grave, creating chaos across the reels, as he transforms into a spinning sandstorm. Players are taken directly to ancient Egypt upon entering the game, swept up in the exciting animations and special features found on the reels.

The main feature of this new Yggdrasil Gaming title is the Tut’s Twister. When a player hits two wild symbols or more, the twister is triggered. Tut turns into a sandstorm and creates a column of wilds that is reel-tall. The spinning vortex will take in the wilds that are on the reels and then award players extra spins and multipliers as it grows. Once the spinning stops, the wilds that were consumed are released on to the reels to create major wins.

During game play, players have the ability to earn ancient hieroglyphics which can be used to unlock the hidden curses of Tut, adding more wild twisters to the reels. Speaking of the new game in a press release, Jonas Strandman, the Head of Slots at Yggdrasil Gaming, stated:

“Tut’s Twister takes a new spin on the walking wilds mechanic, combining it with multipliers and respins in a way which sends players on winning streaks with an exponentially increasing win potential.

“The fantastic ambiance created by our art team, combined with a mechanic which always keeps decent sized wins in sight, is sure to create an army of fans for this epic game.”

The release of the game comes almost a month after the announcement of the brand’s last slot game release, Vikings Go to Hell. Following the success of Vikings go Berzerk, the brand decided to bring back the Vikings genre, but in a different way with this title, visiting hell for the Vikings to face off against demons.

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