The Sweden-based developer of online casino content Yggdrasil Gaming has recently expanded its line-up of games by adding a brand-new release to its already wide offering.
Titled Time Travel Tigers, the new video slot will exclusively be available to players who enjoy their slots at GVC Holdings-owned brands, such as bwin, Coral and Ladbrokes.
As the game’s name suggests, this release is all about tigers and time travel, with plenty of exciting characters to encounter on the reels.
Players will meet Dr. Tigerstein, a real scientific genius and the inventor of the time machines. Dr. Tigerstein will be accompanied by other characters, who’ll differ depending on the era.
Punters will be able to travel through time, which is a functionality that promises to further enhance the overall playing experience. Get ready, as you’ll venture through Ancient Egypt, Medieval Europe, or some other period in history.
Time Travel Tigers is a beautifully designed 5-reel 5-row video slot featuring vibrant colours and a total of 25 paylines which offer plenty of potential for winning. When it comes to payouts, with a bit of luck they can go all the way up to 1,000x the triggering wager.
Once you start spinning the reels, you’ll notice the game will change depending on the time period you visit, with each one containing a unique element, which can be seen in the special features.
For example, the game offers four different types of Free Spins and multipliers, which will be determined by the time period. In addition to this, the game’s Wild symbols will be represented by Time Travel Tigers themselves.
Commenting on the launch of Time Travel Tigers, Jonas Strandman, Yggdrasil Head of Slots, said the company was delighted to have created this innovative game with GVC in an exclusive white label partnership.
He added Time Travel Tigers offered an exciting and unique take on a themed slot, with a consistently transitioning setting.
Strandman also said that being able to design highly creative games in a universe of their choosing was always great fun for the development team, and the work put in to create multiple worlds had been a fascinating challenge.
He stated Yggdrasil Gaming couldn’t wait to see how the game would be received by GVC players.