Yggdrasil Gaming’s mission to is to constantly evolve gaming experiences into new and innovative forms. The iGaming specialist tapped the talent of YG Masters recruit, Dreamtech Gaming to release the brand new Lotsa Lines slot that boasts 500 paylines.
The game’s theme is a futuristic laser light show fantasy with mesmerizing geometric shapes as symbols on the reels. The slot has a 5×5 reel layout with randomly generated paylines that range from 25 to 200 or even up to 500 when you land 3 or more scatters and claim 12 free spins.
When wilds appear on the 3rd reel, you will trigger a Wild Respin. All wilds are locked in place while every other position respins and only wild symbols can land. If any new wild symbols appear, another respin is triggered. Once you fill the grid with wilds or run out of respins, the feature ends and your prize is calculated.
The game’s major pay symbols are represented by complex geometric shapes, including a hexagon-style symbol that pays out the highest amount among them. The wilds are star-shaped decahedrons and the scatters are hexahedrons made of tiny cubes.
Lotsa Lines is the third release from Dreamtech Gaming since it joined Yggdrasil’s YG Masters program. The game was produced using the innovative GATI technology that allows developers to employ a standardized, pre-configured, and optimized development toolkit to generate and rapidly distribute premium iGaming content.
Stuart McCarthy, the Head of Product and Programs at Yggdrasil, said, “With its quick to learn gameplay this title will appeal to a wide variety of players taking them on a futuristic trip that offers huge win potential and a unique gaming experience.”
Dreamtech Gaming’s business manager, Halvor Dahl, stated that the game’s powerful bonus round with the potential to reach 500 paylines, combined with enthralling gameplay translates into an engaging and rewarding experience for players.
“Through YG Masters and using the GATI technology we have rapidly built exciting content and significantly boosted the reach of our products,” he said.