Yggdrasil, the innovative online gaming solutions provider, has electrified the traditional slot experience with latest title Lightning Joker where wins up to 10,000x stake are up for grabs in a single spin.
The classic 3x3 slot nicely adds to Yggdrasil’s Joker series with a debuting Turbo mode, which we are confident players will find very exciting. The Turbo mode is a new addition to Yggdrasil’s iSense client framework which makes the reels stop as fast as the internet connection allows. This feature works wonders with autoplay, and this simple, easy to follow game, is perfect to let the players try it out.
The game evokes memories of a classic land-based machine, but with a thrilling twist. With five paylines, the elegant title is packed with features which light up the reels. If a player lands two reels stacked with the same symbol, or wilds, this triggers a sticky respin, with all matched symbols remaining in place, and the rest of the symbols being respun for a big win potential.
The multiplier strike is triggered if all symbols on the reels are filled while a random multiplier is applied to any win, which can be 2x, 3x, 5x or 10x, leading to mammoth wins.
Mystery wins occur if more than one Joker symbol lands on the reels on any spin. If two Jokers land, a player will win anything from 2x to 10,000x their stake, with the minimum win increasing with every additional joker landing. Collecting three jokers on a single payline triggers a minimum win of 1,000x a player’s stake.
Lightning Joker is the last addition to Yggdrasil’s history of iconic Joker titles, such as their very first game Jokerizer, and the classic jackpot game Joker Millions.
Jonas Strandman, Senior Product Strategist at Yggdrasil, said: “Lightning Joker is an electrifying and innovative addition to our slot portfolio, while also continuing our exciting and hugely successful Joker series of games. The simple and elegant yet fast gameplay, teamed with plenty of features, means players are in for a thrilling time as wins crash down and light up the reels.”