June 18, 2020 written by

Yggdrasil adds to Joker series with new slot

Yggdrasil recently released a brand-new slot game as part of its popular Joker series.

Their previous Joker titles- Jokerizer and Joker Millions-have become well-loved slot games, and Yggdrasil hopes their new game will follow suit.

Titled Lightning Joker, this new slot electrifies the gaming experience and brings some new features to the screen.

Players can win up to 10,000x stake on a single stake on Lightning Joker. But that’s not all as they will also benefit from a special Turbo mode! Turbo Mode is a new element that Yggdrasil have added to this slot, which enables the reels to stop as fast as possible.

Turbo mode is now part of Yggdrasil’s iSense client framework. The feature is particularly effective and beneficial when you spin with autoplay.

Lightning Joker

Lightning Joker is 3×3 slot which draws on the memories of classic land-based slot machines. The 3 reels are reminiscent of fruit machines that everyone loves to spin, so Lightning Joker definitely will appeal to retro gaming fans!

It has 5 paylines and aims to give players an exciting gaming experience.

There are plenty of features on Lightning Joker, as you would expect from a game in this series. For example, when a player lands 2 reels stacked with the same symbol (or Wilds), they can win themselves a sticky respin. On this respin, all matched symbols will remain in place on the reels while the other reels spin to try and give players a big win!

If a player manages to fill all the reels with the same symbol, they will trigger the multiplier strike. This applies a random multiplier to any win, ranging from 2x to 3x to 5x to 10x.

Players will also want to look out for the Joker symbol! If more than one Joker lands on the reels, they will activate a mystery win. If you are lucky enough to get 2 jokers on the reels, you could get a win from 2x to 10,000x your original stake! The minimum win increases with every additional joker.

Three jokers on a single payline will give players a minimum win of 1,000x their stake.

“electrifying and innovative”

Jonas Strandman, Senior Product Strategist at Yggdrasil, said:

“Lightning Joker is an electrifying and innovative addition to our slot portfolio, while also continuing our exciting and hugely successful Joker series of games. The simple and elegant yet fast gameplay, teamed with plenty of features, means players are in for a thrilling time as wins crash down and light up the reels.”

Who are Yggdrasil?

Yggdrasil launched in 2013 as an online gaming solutions provider. They work with iGaming operators to make sure online casinos have quality gaming content to give to their players.

Over the years, Yggdrasil has expanded its gaming selection with titles like Multifly, Troll’s Bridge, Jackpot Raiders, Vikings Go Wild, Valley of the Gods, that are popular with players all over the globe.

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