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Yggdrasil and ReelPlay have once again teamed up to create a thrilling new hit, Megapearl Gigablox™.
The six-reel title incorporates Yggdrasil’s hugely popular Games Engagement Mechanic (GEM) Gigablox™, and boasts a distinct Chinese theme, with dragons curled around ornate pillars that support the temple housing the reels.
The 40 payline slot, which guarantees at least one giant symbol on every spin, sees a fearsome dragon act as a wild, while shimmering pearls are needed to trigger the bonus respins.
When six or more pearls land on a single spin, the respins will launch, where squares of pearls can combine to create Mega versions.
With a starting count of three spins in the bonus game, every new pearl will reset the respins. The Hold and Win style bonus sees each pearl given a multiplier value that’s based on the player’s stake.
If an entire square is filled, then all values are accumulated together and then multiplied for even bigger win potential.
In certain regions, players can also progress immediately to the free spins via the buy feature.
Megapearl Gigablox™ becomes the latest Reelplay title released through the YG Masters program, with the game being powered by GATI, Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to produce consistently cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product & Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “We’re very pleased to collaborate with ReelPlay again to launch an exciting, Hold and Win style Gigablox™ title. The licensing of our GEM’s has expanded the potential of the program significantly and we look forward to seeing what further innovations will be created.”
David Johnson, CEO at ReelPlay, said: “Megapearl Gigablox™ is another strong addition to our portfolio through the YG Masters program. Combining the popular Gigablox™ mechanic with a rich Chinese theme, ReelPlay have produced an engaging and re-playable slot experience for a wide audience.”