Yggdrasil takes on ancient terror with new slot: Tut’s Twister
Yggdrasil Gaming takes players on a mystical journey
The new slot takes players on a riveting journey through a raving sandstorm, where King Tut rises from his tomb and creates a literal whirlwind of chaos across the reels. Players are whisked away to the ancient Egyptian background through a combination of animations and exciting special features.
The main feature of the game is Tut’s twister, that gets initiated once the player achieves at least two wilds, with Tut transforming into a terrifying sandstorm, creating a reel-tall column of wilds.
Yggdrasil Gaming’s Head of Slots, Jonas Strandman, said: “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 ambience 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 vortex will continue consuming wilds on the reels, awarding respins and multipliers while gradually losing control, when at last it will unleash all absorbed wilds back onto the reels for epic wins.
The players will also collect ancient hieroglyphics, with a chance of unlocking Tut’s hidden curses and liberating additional wild twisters of unprecedented fury.
Like all Yggdrasil titles, Tut’s Twister comes equipped with the collection of in-game promotional tools, BOOST®, and social media BRAG feature. This month, Yggdrasil hit the headlines after penning an agreement with Rabcat.
The game is built on the HTML5 client framework, iSENSE2.0+, which is renowned for its seamless game play experience on both desktop and mobile gaming.
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