Yggdrasil, the leading worldwide publisher of online gambling content, has partnered with Reflex Gaming to travel back in time to Victorian England in its latest sci-fi slot sensation, Time Machine.
The 5×3, 243 payline hit is designed to emulate a marvellous steampunk-inspired time machine with metal-ringed symbols appearing across the game’s reels. During base gameplay, the Pay Rise mechanic is active, awarding players a free respin following any win, increasing the reel height by one for every successful respin.
If the game reels extend seven symbols high, the free spins feature is triggered. At the start of this, bonus players are given seven spins during which all 16,807 paylines are active. Players can win more spins if a 1+ symbol lands on either the first or fifth reel.
Time Machine is Reflex Gaming’s newest launch through the YG Masters program, powered by GATI, with Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to produce consistently cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product and Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “We urge players to travel in time back to the Victorian age in our engaging new hit, Time Machine.
“With increasing reels and paylines, every spin can lead to huge wins, with respins driving engagement to new heights. Our YG Masters program continues to facilitate incredible games, and this is another we’re very proud of.”
Mat Ingram, CPO at Reflex Gaming, said: “Time Machine is an immersive new hit that combines anticipation and big win potential. It’s the first game where we have deployed the Pay-Rise mechanic. As a player, that means going from having 243 ways to win to having up to 16,807 ways to win. This is a very lucrative mechanic that offers players a thrilling experience.
“With steampunk and industrial influences, coupled with its futuristic soundtrack, we wanted to create a moody environment. It will appeal to sci-fi fans and players who enjoy higher volatility.”