Yggdrasil & Jade Rabbit Studio Explore Ancient Egypt In New Word Of Thoth SlotPublished June 9, 2021 by Arthur M
Word of Thoth is a new online slot from Yggdrasil & Jade Rabbit Studio with an ancient Egyptian theme. Free spins with multipliers are among the many features.
Yggdrasil and their YG Masters partner, Jade Rabbit Studio invite players to explore ancient Egypt in the new Word of Thoth online slot. It's a 5-reel game with 4,096 ways to win, and comes packed with extras, including cascading reels, and free spins with multipliers.
Explore Ancient Egypt
Playing-card style hieroglyphics appear on the reels, along with classic emblems like the Eye of Ra, and ankh. The bird-headed god, Thoth also features. It plays out in the darkness of a tomb, where statues flank the reels, and meter sits above.
Winning symbols vanish to trigger cascades of those above, and potentially form new combinations. Each cascade in a series fills part of the meter, and once all 5 sots fill, it triggers a free spins round. Another path to the bonus games is via 3 or more bonus symbols landing at once. Wild symbols don't get removed from the reels throughout the feature, making it progressively easier to land wins and trigger more cascades.
During the bonus games, the meter adds win multipliers and extra spins, with payouts boosted by 2x, 5x, or 10x over s sequence of cascades. Wins from these multipliers can reach over 7,000x the total stake.
Word of Thoth is a high volatility game with an average return to players percentage of 96.12%. Players can access it on PCs and mobiles, and spin the reels for between0.20 and 100.00, with a bonus buy option available in some jurisdictions.
Comments From Yggdrasil
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Partner Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “Our partner program continues to produce engaging titles and we’re delighted that Jade Rabbit’s newest hit, Word of Thoth, has been rolled out smoothly through the YG Masters program.
“We’re dedicated to giving boutique studios a clear avenue to success and we are hugely impressed with the performance of our partners so far.”