Yggdrasil has released the latest slot title from independent developer and YG Masters partner G.Games, with Dead Man’s Fingers ushering players to a Caribbean island in search of secret treasures and a max win of €274,000! Helping them along the way are possible big base game wins, powerful bonus boosts and four jackpot pools.
Playable on any device, the medium-high volatility video slot is played using 5 reels, 4 rows and 25 paylines. The game includes 10 pirate ship symbols and rewards players when they land combinations of 3-5 matching symbols for regular icons, which are the orange, purple, green and blue gems, and orange, grey, red, green and bronze skull coins, and 3-6 for the highest value Pirate symbol.
Wins range from 0.28x to 32x for winning combination of regular symbols and 2.8x to 80x for all six of the premium pirate symbol. The remaining regular symbol, the red octopus wild, lands on reels 2, 3, or 4 and substitutes for all symbols with the exception of the Cash Collect symbol or the Quickhit Money symbols, which display either a cash value or one of the Mini, Minor, Major, or Grand prizes.
The cash collect feature happens during base game play, when treasure chests land on the reels with a cash value, ranging from 1x to 20x the bet, or one of the four jackpots, with larger prizes worth 50x, 100x, 200x, or 1,000x the bet for mini, minor, major or grand, respectively.
If Quickhit Money symbols land on reels 1 to 4 at the same time as a Collect symbol does on reel 5, players win the total of all money symbols in view. The wild octopus is active during base play, while a trio of Golden Compass Scatter symbols, which can only land on reels 2, 3 & 4, award players 10 extra spins.
During extra spins, there are more cash money symbols and collect icons available, increasing the chance for even more wins. Hitting three scatters during the bonus round prolongs it with another 10 spins, with no limit to the number of retriggers.
What they’re saying:
Commenting on the new hit title, Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product and Programs for Yggdrasil, said the fourth game created by G.Games as part of the YG Masters program “sees players take to the sees in search of big wins.”
“Combining a fun theme and lucrative money collect feature in both base play and free spins, it offers a new dynamic to the existing G.Games portfolio.”
For its part, G.Games Chief Commercial Officer, Helen Walter, declared “Dead Man’s Fingers is an exciting new addition to our offering and we’re eager to see how fans react across Yggdrasil’s operator network. With big wins available on every spin through the money collect feature, as well as a retriggerable free spins, treasure can’t be far away for our fearsome pirates!”
Fourth in series:
The fourth back-to-back contribution from the London-headquartered games studio to the YG Masters portfolio, the pirate-themed slot follows, Cthulhu, which was launched in December 2021, Serendipity, released a month prior, and finally, Tiger Tiger, the first of the four GATI-powered games from G.Games as a Masters partner.
GATI is Yggdrasil’s advanced, language agnostic, preconfigured, regulation-ready development toolkit that enables partners to build and deploy faster globally and fuels both YG Franchise and the YG Masters program.
Players can expect Yggdrasil to drop the latest version of developer Games Lab’s trademarked Towering Pays system, titled Towering Pays Excalibur, on February 3rd.