What fun! Quickspin decided to make a ghost game. If you like spirits, this one is for you. It features dark themes with humor, including a fun haunted house. It is the second installment in the Glyph series.
We know that Sweden’s Quickpsin is famous for its groundbreaking gamification. Ghost Glyph is a 7×7 grid, cluster-pay slot reinforced with tons of inventive ideas. It takes the proprietary Golden Glyph mechanics to a high level of action.
It has been described as a spooky experience with a splash of color. You will find a gang of peculiar ghosts, each one unique and quirky to the max.
Along with the clusters, the medium volatility game has a 31% hit rate in the base game. Winnings can go up to 2000x.
According to Michael Spinks, the Art Lead and FX for the project, Quickspin wants the feeling of a game with the mechanics of a slot. Tumble Mechancs is for the base and bonus games.
“We want characters to activate the features so the player gains an understanding of each character’s ability and builds an understanding of the game very quickly.”
Here is how it works in short. By removing the winning clusters to make room for new ones to fall, this option adds new wins to existing ones. It ends when there are no new winning clusters.
Before the next tumble begins, the Ghost Glyph is awarded in one of the empty spaces. After the symbol is evaluated and removed as a Wild, it activates an additional Ghost Urn.
Five Ghost Urns are randomly determined before each round. The Blue Ghost Urn – the final one – transforms all unused Ghost Glyphs into Wilds.
Of note, there are Yellow, Green, and Red Ghost Urns, each with its own set of options. Ghost Urns from left to right for each Ghost Glyph are a part of the winning combo.
In the long run, a Massive Wild Feature is initiated at the end of the complimentary spins if the last Paranormality Meter reaches Level 1 or higher of 22 levels.