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Enter the wicked world of voodoo with Yggdrasil’s Baron Samedi

Innovative gaming solutions supplier Yggdrasil has released its latest epic slot game, the voodoo-themed Baron Samedi, which has a staggering 36 feature collections.

In the third in a trio of ‘dark-themed’ games including the recently launched Wolf Hunters and Dark Vortex, players are invited to enter the mystical world of the all-mighty spirit lord Baron Samedi, with the 3x5, 25 payline slot featuring a host of other-worldly symbols and collectible features.

The game’s most engaging feature is the deck of 36 collectible tarot cards, each representing a specific feature of either super stacked symbols, added wilds or mystery symbols, guaranteed win lines or win multipliers. Whenever the cards appear, they bestow their features to the player, as well as fill their corresponding collections.

Cards always appear three at a time and are dealt as soon as a player gets at least two scatters or fills a collection. Hitting two scatters gives players one Voodoo Respin with three random cards dealt, while hitting three or more gives players a coin win and seven to 15 Free Spins with three feature cards dealt every spin. Filling any of the 36 collections also rewards players with three respins.

Yggdrasil Head of Slots, Jonas Strandman, said: “The intricately designed slot is a beautiful testament to the detail our development teams include in every one of our games.

Thirty-six collections might sound overwhelming at first, but as players begin their journey, they will find a well-balanced, action-packed game where powerful feature combinations can be activated with every spin, with the added anticipation of almost-guaranteed big wins when they finish a collection. We are very proud of Baron Samedi and are confident that its amazing gameplay experience will raise an army of loyal followers!”

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