On the heels of announcing the launch of its new publishing division and online gaming solutions provider, Yggdrasil Gaming, has now unveiled its very first Splitz game, Temple Stacks.
The Swedish provider’s first new title of 2020 and its first game to utilize its new, cutting edge mechanic, offers massive win potential.
Unparalleled win potential:
Up to 248,832 pay ways are offered up in the Aztec-themed title that gives players a first look at the developer’s trademarked Splitz mechanic, which morphs the 3×5 slot grid into reels of “infinite potential,” according to the Stockholm-headquartered developer.
In the base game, Splitz appear randomly on any reel. As mystery stacks drop down on the reels and reveal anything from three to nine identical stacked symbols, adding “hundreds of payways” to the game.
Symbols morph into tiles filled with prehistoric beasts and huge jewels, while respins can also be triggered by scatters if two land, or the extra spins feature, with potential huge rewards, if three scatters land on the reels at the same time.
As more extra spins modes are triggered by players, additional rounds are unlocked. Players have to pick between Diamond, Gold, Silver or Bronze rounds, where they can choose to sacrifice extra spins for the more lucrative chance for additional Splitz, with the Diamond round comprising up to a dozen symbols per stack, creating enormous win potential.
In an official press release, Senior Product Strategist for Yggdrasil, Jonas Strandman, said…
“With our Splitz™ mechanic offering thousands of ways to win, every spin could generate huge rewards and we couldn’t be more excited to launch our first Splitz™ title. We eagerly look forward to seeing how the game is received by Yggdrasil fans across the globe.”
ICE London exhibit:
Yggdrasil can be found at Stand N3-140 at ICE London 2020 February 4th-6th for anyone who would like more information about the provider’s games portfolio and its Splitz mechanic.
More January business:
As mentioned briefly, the Sweden-based provider recently revealed the launch of its new publishing arm. The “ground-breaking global licensing business” offers both existing and potential new customers all the tools they need to “take control of their content production and distribution and create unique player experiences.”
The big reveal followed the news earlier in the month of January that the company had been granted a B2B software license by the Isle of Man Supervision Commission, bringing its total number of software licenses to eight across four major gaming jurisdictions including the Malta, Romania, Gibraltar and the UK.