Yggdrasil Gaming launches new online slot Big Blox

Big BloxYggdrasil Gaming has announced the launch of its new online slot, Big Blox, which is set in an ancient temple in the rainforest and has 243 different ways to win.

During each spin, a larger block of at least 2×2 identical symbols appears on the screen. The block, which can increase in size up to 5×3 symbols, pays out at up to 3,888 times the bet size. This means that if you cover the entire game area with a maximum bet, you can win up to £488,000 in one spin.

The slot is built on the HTML5 framework iSENSE2.0, with fast download speed, portrait mode and promotional tools BOOST™ and BRAG, which was recently launched to allow customers to watch replays of winning spins and share them with friends and fans on social channels.

Jonas Strandman, Product Owner for Games at Yggdrasil, said: “Big Blox’s combination of captivating mechanics, great visuals and a memorable soundtrack simply makes it a lot of fun to play.

“Each spin teases the player with the hope that the ‘blox’ of identical symbols will grow to cover the entire game screen, with a decent win never far away.

“Combine this constant promise of impressive pay-outs with the game’s 243 different ways of winning, great soundscape and fantastic visuals, and we are sure this game will keep players on the edge of their seats.”

Big Blox Gameplay

Yggdrasil’s portfolio of licensed slots already contains a wide range of popular casino games, including Bicicleta, Wicked Circus, progressive jackpot Joker Millions, and Monkey King.

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