Yggdrasil uncovers untold riches in Vault of Fortune

Yggdrasil, the innovative online gaming solutions provider, has opened the doors on its latest thrilling hit, Vault of Fortune.

This is the first game developed using Yggdrasil’s disruptive technology solution, GATI (Game Adaptation Tool & Interface), a completely new game development and distribution solution that is powering YG Franchise and the YG Masters programme.

The 5x3, 20 pay lines title is set in a warehouse crammed with lost artefacts and riches, as players hunt through boxes full of valuable goods.

Vault of Fortune features cascading wins, with every winning symbol removed making spaces for more boxes to drop down, potentially leading to even more wins. Every time a win occurs on a single spin, a multiplier is added. If more wins avalanche down, the multiplier continues to rise until there are no more avalanched wins.

The free spins mode is triggered if three or more codex Scatter symbols land on the reels at the same time opening the Gold Chamber, where the multiplier rises with every win and does not reset if a spin has no win.

If a wild symbol appears during a winning spin, it expands into a stack six symbols long, crushing all other symbols on that reel, leading to massive wins.

Jonas Strandman, Senior Product Strategist at Yggdrasil, said: Vault of Fortune combines a number of familiar features into a unique multi-dimensional rollercoaster. Games with super high win potential in Free Spins usually have a dry base game, but this game is different. The base game is a delightful journey and offer win chances often, especially with the super expanding wild that shows up on a regular basis. I envy those who get the chance to play this awesome slot for real money.”


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