Yggdrasil launches Monster Blox Gigablox with Peter and Sons
Heroes meeting at an old bar prepare to demolish monsters that endanger their area in the 64 slot. It features the boutique studio’s distinctive illustration and the famed cascading winnings system. The game uses the common Gigablox mechanism, with a prominent figure landing on every spin ranging in dimension from 2×2 to 6×6.
Each win in base play earns a respin, and almost three wilds can arise on any reel at any time. An extra row is inserted throughout these monster respins, which can persist if the respin is booming, up to a giant 6×8 grid. Respins will run until there is no way to win, and wild placements will be granted randomly. In base play, a hunter can turn any sign into wilds, including Gigablox symbols. This Wild Bounty feature can also appear during respins and free spins.
When five or more scatters appear on a single spin, the Monster free spins feature is activated. This expands the game grid to a 6×8, 100 pay line grid. Each scatter landing during the bonus round awards an additional free spin and charges a meter that boosts the monster multiplier up to 10x during certain levels. Free spins can also be purchased in some jurisdictions.
After Hammer of Gods, Monster Blox Gigablox is Peter and Sons’ next offering to the YG Masters repertoire. GATI powers the game, with Yggdrasil’s cutting-edge technology allowing partners to use the preset, regulation-ready, standardized development toolkit to build cutting-edge content and distribute it quickly and reliably.
Yann Bautista, Peter and Sons’ business development manager, went on to say:
“We’re incredibly proud of Monster Blox Gigablox, which is yet another forward-thinking, action-packed smash from our company. Every spin can result in large profits thanks to assured wins in free spins and a profitable respins feature. Another fantastic game has been released as part of the YG Masters program, and we’re looking forward to continuing to achieve targets together. We’ve had a great working relationship with Yggdrasil, and we see the chance to strategically use its top frameworks across our roadmap.”
Stuart McCarthy, Yggdrasil’s head of product and programmes, stated:
“Monster Blox Gigablox adds a new incredible journey to our YG Masters lineup, this time requiring the toughest in the village to battle some terrifying animals. Peter and Sons use the Gigablox mechanic, as well as a respins and free spins option, to produce something genuinely one-of-a-kind in their eye-catching aesthetic. We’re excited to watch how our network’s players respond to it.”