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Yggdrasil, Playtech, and Bally Tech to unveil new slots

Big box slot from YggdrasilWe’re forever after new slot machine games, and this month three of the internet’s top developers have obliged us. Yggdrasil, Playtech, and Bally Tech have all either released, or announce the upcoming release of new slots, and some of them are shaping up to be more promising than others. So, with that in mind, what can we expect to be playing in a month’s time?

Yggdrasil release Big Blox

Yggdrasil is one of the smallest developers of online slots, but they are rapidly growing into one of the most loved providers of slot games. Personally I rate them even higher then NetEnt with the latest games. This week, the Scandinavian online casino software provider announced the launch of a new Big Blox slot. With a 5-reel, 243 ways to win structure, the scope of the game is already big. Despite having 243 paylines, this mobile-friendly slot will cost just 0.25 per spin.

Players will see that a rectangle marker appears on the screen during gameplay (it is known as the Big Block feature). Any symbols which land in this section will turn into the same one, giving you colossal symbols in effect. This can see you win big money should those symbols be wilds, with top prizes worth up to 3,888x your total bet. Big Blox has been released this week for players at casinos offering Yggdrasil software. A good option is Mr Green that has a huge slot selection.

Playtech preview Fate Sisters

Also this week, one of the biggest casino software providers has announced yet another slot in their classy Age of Gods progressive jackpot series. Playtech’s Faate Sisters is based on the Greek myth of Clotho (who begins life), Lachesis (who decides when life ends), and Atropos (who ends life). The three daughters of Erebus and Nyx are certainly an interesting theme to go with, even for this series.

The game itself offers you sticky re-spins, and a free games feature which offers you varying bonuses depending on which sister you choose. Dynamic multipliers, free spins, random wilds, and freezing wilds are all a part of this amazing trio of free spin treats. Lastly, there are the progressive jackpots to be won, of course. These are randomly triggered, so there is nothing specific you can do to land them. Although it doesn’t have a launch date yet, we suspect that Age of Gods: Fate Sisters will be launched before the end of summer. Looking for the top Playtech casinos?

Bally Tech announce Cirque du Soleil: Kooza

Bally Tech have also announced a new game of their own, based on the famous travelling circus, the Cirque du Soleil. This slot isn’t scheduled to be released until November, so you’ve got a bit of a wait to play it yet. Even so, the game will cost 0.20 per spin, and offers 5 reels and 40 paylines, meaning you get a 2-for-1 deal on paylines. It will also be mobile-friendly.

The Cirque du Soleil: Kooza slot will feature two free spin bonus rounds (known as the Trickster bonus, and Wheel of Death bonus), both contain multipliers and symbol upgrades. There will also be a Jackpot Wheel bonus, which you can use to land one of four progressive jackpots. Bally Tech doesn’t release new slots as often as other developers, so when they do you have to take full advantage of the fact.


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