Yggdrasil and ReelPlay release BB Games’ intergalactic adventure Martian Miner Infinity Reels™

22nd July 2021 - Yggdrasil, the leading worldwide publisher of online gambling content, has sent its latest YG Masters title Martian Miner Infinity Reels™ into orbit.

Developed by BB Games in partnership with ReelPlay, the title takes players on a futuristic mining expedition in search of hidden treasures on the mysterious Red Planet.

Martian Miner Infinity Reels™ is designed for optimal mobile portrait play and offers an exciting free spins round, a Bonus Buy option and multiple game levels for players to discover.

Utilising ReelPlay’s Infinity Reels™ mechanic, additional reels are added when a winning combination lands with improved symbol combinations awarding further reels and spins. Martian Miner Infinity Reels™ is BB Games’ first title to feature the popular mechanic and their debut launch on the YG Masters program via their tie-up with ReelPlay.

The game is powered by GATI, Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology which enables 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 and Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “The Infinity Reels mechanic continues to thrill players and this title comes with additional immersive features that take the experience to the next level.

“With its mobile-first game design and popular theme, Martian Miner Infinity Reels™ is an excellent addition to the YG Masters portfolio.”

David Johnson, CEO at ReelPlay, said: “Our studio partners continue to deliver boundary pushing content which we’re delighted to help to market. BB Games have taken ReelPlay’s Infinity Reels and made it their own in how it’s represented within Martian Miner Infinity Reels™.”

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