Coming in the wake of the successful Splitz Engine, Yggdrasil has just rolled out a revolutionary gaming mechanics that promises a new experience to its customers. Lucky Neko will be the first slot to feature the new engine.

For anyone out there who’s counting, this is the third game-changing mechanics the company has put out to market since it started business in 2013. The mechanics include huge symbols that can get as big as six by 6.

The game comes with Japanese Dolls that, according to Folklore, bring prosperity and good fortune. The game’s environment is set in a scenic and authentic environment with an impressive sound. The game runs a 6×4 visual configuration at its core, which expands to 6×8 when you run extra spins.

With regards to the base game, customers will enjoy 40 pay lines, as well as gigablox symbols, that range between 2×2 and 4×4 that will appear on occasion in a player’s reels.

If a player manages to land at least 5 Lucky Cat reel symbols, an extra spin session with extended reels will initiate. In the process, the reels will change form to portrait, and this will expand the number of pay lines. Customers have the chance to pick a random blessed symbol that comes with up to 5x multiplier when they run extra spins.

The game is highly suited to high rollers since the betting range can go up to as high as $100 and has an RTP greater than 96 per cent.

While addressing stakeholders of the release, Jonas Strandman, the firm’s senior product strategist noted that each spin on the Lucky Neko Gigablox is a great game to play. With this game, the next big win is a click away, and customers have an opportunity to exploit free spins once in a while to score a big win.

He added that the company would continue to drive innovativeness in the gaming space and they look forward to great things from their latest rollout.


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