Yggdrasil releases latest title with ReelPlay, Buster Hammer Carnival
Yggdrasil has released its latest title in collaboration with ReelPlay called Buster Hammer Carnival. This fun-filled new hit is the fifth title that ReelPlay has released through the YG Masters programme. The one before this release was the smash hit El Dorado Infinity Reels, which gathered quite some success since its launch.
Yggdrasil’s cutting-edge GATI technology allowed for the development of this title, and ReelPlay was able to make good use of the development toolkit that has been adjusted to comply with regulations in order to develop such innovative content.
The new slot, Buster Hammer Carnival, is a 5×5, 3,125-payline slot that takes place in a carnival full of excitement, bright colours and delight. ReelPlay’s Buster character is awaiting players near the reels and will be hitting the High Striker once a Wild Hammer lands. Gold Wild Hammers have a chance of showing up on every reel, it all comes down to how hard the hero strikes. These features will provide massive wins, and if 3+ scatters land, then the free spin mode will be triggered and players can really stack up their winnings. The game offers an incredible 32,768 different ways to win.
Stuart McCarthy, Yggdrasil’s head of partner programmes, stated:
“Buster Hammer Carnival is another fantastic addition to our YG Masters offering, combining the action of a thrilling slot with all the fun of the fair. ReelPlay has consistently delivered engaging content through the program and we’re looking forward to the continued relationship.”
ReelPlay CCO David Johnson also commented and said:
“As part of the YG Masters initiative we’re able to rapidly scale up our roadmap and unveil games to new partners with regularity and consistent success. We’re very fond of Buster and had some fun with his animations in this title where we extended his cheeky character. On top of this, all the key elements ReelPlay are known for are firmly there and we’re excited to see how Buster Hammer Carnival is received by players accessing the game via Yggdrasil’s operator partners.”