Betsoft recently unveiled Ogre Empire – a highly interactive video slot loaded with eye-catching features.
Sporting a fairytale theme that bears more than a passing resemblance to a certain, much-celebrated franchise of animated films, the 5×3 layout alternates between day and night with different symbols and bonuses for each.
Key features include Sun Bloom and Night Bloom wilds, cascading symbols and an array of win multipliers.
“With Ogre Empire, our goal was to prioritise narrative, immersion, and entertainment,” said Betsoft’s Head of Product Development, Dan Cooper.
“We are particularly proud of the way that environmental art, audio, and our signature 3D graphics have come together to create a fantasy city that lives, breathes, and marches according to its own quirky beat.
“But at the same time, we were careful not to sacrifice slot thrills.
“From the unpredictability of the two varieties of spreading wilds, to our player-favourite double-up system, there’s no shortage of opportunities for significant wins.”
Meanwhile, Yggdrasil Gaming has bolstered one of its most popular franchises with the release of Vikings Go To Hell.
It borrows several features from older siblings Vikings Go Wild and Vikings Go Bezerk, including the famous Berzerk mode, while offering greater variance and bigger payouts.
“Vikings Go To Hell is the third instalment of a successful series, so of course the only way to go was even bigger and better with visuals, sounds and wins,” said Yggdrasil executive Jonas Strandman.
“Since showcasing a preview of this title at ICE in February, anticipation has been building, and this release does not disappoint.
“We have produced a game special enough to offer something great to Vikings fans both old and new, and we can’t wait to see how players react.”