Yggdrasil and Northern Lights welcome furry friends in Prized Pets Gigablox™

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Yggdrasil and Northern Lights have rolled out a light-hearted new hit, Prized Pets Gigablox™.

The reels see cheerful pets fill the reels, including dogs, cats, chickens and rabbits as well as a variety of animal snacks as players enjoy the 6×4, 25 payline game.

Like all games featuring Yggdrasil’s popular GEM Gigablox™, at least one supersized symbol is guaranteed to land on every spin, from 2×2 up to 6×6 in size.

The Chomp Chomp Wild Bonus can occur at the end of a spin, with the pet’s preferred snack turning wild across the reels.

Five or more Scatter symbols will trigger Free Spins, with the Scatter symbol also possibly landing as a Gigablox™ symbol, greatly enhancing the chances of the bonus launching.

During the bonus, more spins can be added if a scatter symbol lands, while players look to collect bone symbols. For every bone collected, a Pot Bonus can occur, which may award a jackpot of up to 5,000x.

As with all YG Masters titles, Prized Pets Gigablox™ is powered by GATI, Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to consistently produce cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.

Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product & Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “Prized Pets Gigablox™ is another exciting game using one of our most popular Game Engagement Mechanics, as we look to continue to explore new themes with a proven mechanic.”

Andrew Goodale, Chief Executive Officer at Northern Lights, said: “This title marks the first time we’ve used Gigablox™ in a title developed through the YG Masters program, and we’re extremely pleased with the finished product. We’re able to bring exciting concepts to market, and we look forward to our newest game.”

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