Yggdrasil and Bang Bang Games offer players a sweet treat in latest release Jumbo Jellies
Yggdrasil and Bang Bang Games are closing the curtain on a successful year with what looks to be their sweetest slot to date, Jumbo Jellies.
This vibrant treat-filled title transports players to a sugary fantasy land that offers players massive win streaks via the Jumbo Rows feature, which occurs whenever a matching pair of jellies land on the same win line. These symbols turn wild, and the entire row becomes jumbo as a win multiplier climbs up by +1 after every respin.
The sugar rush doesn’t end there as Jumbo Jellies also boasts a lucrative scatter game that sees scatter symbols worth +2 free spins locked and held on the reels. This can award players up to 18 free spins in total with Jumbo Rows that do not reset.Released via the YG Masters program, Jumbo Jellies is the latest addition to the stellar selection of new slots developed by fledgling studio Bang Bang Games.
The title is powered by GATI, with Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to produce consistently cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product and Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “It’s extremely exciting to watch an innovative young studio flourish and grow, and judging by the quality of Jumbo Jellies, I think we’re going to see Bang Bang Games go from strength-to-strength in 2022.“We genuinely couldn’t have asked for a better game to see out the year and we’re confident that players will enjoy this wonderfully designed slot just as much as we do.”
Frank McPolin, Managing Director at Bang Bang Games, said: “Differentiating yourself from other suppliers as a brand-new studio can be a real challenge, but we think we’ve hit the sweet spot with Jumbo Jellies.
“Players are going to fall in love with this game as soon as they get a taste of the delightfully fun bonus features and mechanics that can see them win more than 5,000x their stake.”