Find a diamond in the rough with Gem Rocks

Yggdrasil Gaming has announced the unveiling of another new addition to its ever expanding portfolio of titles, with Gem Rocks the latest to join the fold.

In the new release players are promised “monstrous cascading wins huge enough to make the very ground beneath your feet shift and shake.”

Featuring big wins tumbling down reels, users of Gem Rocks will be aided by a series of gentle hearted giants, who can turn into symbol clusters.

With each winning spin the symbols will crash down, while hitting consecutive wins in a row can guarantee gigantic blocks of up to 4×4 symbols, to drop to the most profitable positions for the player.

Yggdrasil Gaming Head of Slots Jonas Strandman said: “Gem Rocks is custom-made for players who prefer high variance slots and love the thrill of big wins.

“We are sure the exciting win streaks, win-guaranteeing monster clusters and over 9000x bet wins will keep the players coming back to this gem time and time again.”

Yggdrasil details that Gem Rocks has launched on its established HTML client framework iSENSE 2.0+, and will be backed by its collection of in-game promotion tools, Boost, which are designed to boost retention rates for all operators via concepts such as Missions, Super Free Spins.

Gem Rocks is built using responsive design to ensure that players enjoy the same game experience on both mobile and desktop, as is the same with all titles under the Yggdrasil banner.

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