Malta-based iGaming software company Yggdrasil has signed a partnership with Jade Rabbit Studio with the release of its latest Egyptian-themed adventure slot, Word of Thoth.
Word of Thoth marks Jade Rabbit’s debut release as a YG Masters partner. The game takes players to a dark, imposing Egyptian temple where the reels are graced with hieroglyphic symbols. This 6×4 video slot features 4,096 ways to win while each spin gives players the chance to have cascading symbols for every winning combination.
Players can activate the Free Spins mode in a number of ways, either by three or more scatters landing on the reels or if the meter above the reels fill up. The five available sports are either filled with a tumbling win or a scatter being present on the reels, with each adding to the count. The meter resets after each spin.
Players are awarded at least 10 free spins during the bonus round, whereas the more the meter fills, the more multipliers and free spins are added. This gives players the chance to enjoy huge wins.
In some jurisdictions, players are also given the chance to move up to the Free Spins mode through the Bonus Buy feature.
Word of Thoth is the latest YG Masters game that’s powered by GATI, the technology that allows partners to use the development toolkit to produce consistently innovative content followed by fast distribution.
“Our partner program continues to produce engaging titles and we’re delighted that Jade Rabbit’s newest hit, Word of Thoth, has been rolled out smoothly through the YG Masters program,” Stuart McCarthy, Yggdrasil head of partner programs, said.
“We’re dedicated to giving boutique studios a clear avenue to success and we are hugely impressed with the performance of our partners so far,” he added.
“Word of Thoth brings plenty of fun to the reels with a popular theme, cascading wins, big multipliers and numerous ways to trigger the bonus round. We’ve strived to give players an immersive experience and we can’t wait to see how they react,” Roger Admeus, Jade Rabbit Studio Managing Director, commented.