Yggdrasil Expands YGS Masters Portfolio With Flaming Lilith's Inferno SlotPublished October 20, 2019 by Ivan P
With impressive graphics and exciting bonus features, Lilith's Inferno provides players with an engaging and immersive experience as they accompany Lilith on her adventure in the underworld.
Yggdrasil Gaming has recently released their third title in their partner YGS Masters program. The game in question is Lilith's Inferno, a 5x4 slot with 25 paylines produced in cooperation with AvatarUX Studios.
Burning Hot Action on the Reels
Lilith's Inferno features high-quality graphics and sounds that players have already grown accustomed to with Yggdrasil slots. With five reels, four rows, and 25 paylines across, this slot brings tons of hot flaming action accompanied by exciting animations for a more immersive playing experience.
The game takes players on an adventure whose main hero is Lilith, a friendly demon, who takes on the task of defeating four gatekeepers of a mystical underworld to access vast riches hidden in its depths. The gatekeepers are the highest paying symbols, with the red one paying 24x the stake, followed by the purple, green, and blue one. All symbols are stacked on the reels, though, so Lilith's Inferno is capable of producing substantial wins, especially during one of its bonus features.
Free Spins & Boss Fights
Landing three gorilla scatters initiates the free spins round in Lilith's Inferno and this is where real action begins. During the Hero Bonus mode, a special "V.S." symbol is present on the reels and landing two of these on any spin triggers the Boss Fight mode. If Lilith wins the fight, the defeated boss turns wild for the rest of the bonus and two extra spins are added.
All reel wins are also tripled during the bonus, so winning a few boss fights can create a setup with a really big potential. The slot has an RTP of 96.4% and is capable of producing the maximum win of 3968x the stake.
Lilith's Inferno is the third title in Yggdrasil's YGS Masters program that gives independent studios a chance to present their games to global audiences using Yggdrasil's technology. The other two slots added earlier Nikola Tesla's Incredible Machine and Niagara Falls.