Yggdrasil, the leading publisher accelerating iGaming innovation, has teamed up with Peter & Sons to unveil the father of all books in their latest release Book of Books.
The 5-reel, 40 payline slot is a unique take on the classic ‘Book of’ genre, incorporating Peter & Sons’ unmistakable art style.
The feature-filled hit packs in powerups including expanding symbols and win multipliers, with a max win of up to 10,000x available to players.
When three scatter symbols land on the reels during base gameplay, players will receive seven free spins on a 5×3 grid with 10 paylines. If four or five scatters land then the bonus feature will be played on a 5×4 or 5×5 grid, with 20 or 40 paylines respectively.
Every time two scatter symbols land in the build up to the Free Spins bonus, players are awarded a random powerup that comes into play during the round. Powerups include additional free spins, expanding symbols and expanding win multipliers worth 1x or 2x.
A Golden Bet feature increases the chances of a bonus feature triggering, for an enhanced stake, while in certain jurisdictions a bonus buy is available for between 120x and 500x the bet.
Book of Books is powered by GATI, Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to consistently produce cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product & Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “Book of Books is a game that we’ve been looking forward to releasing for some time now. Packed with plenty of engaging features, the title sees a classic game mechanic incorporated into the fantastic Peter & Sons art style. We’re thrilled that the YG Masters program continues to facilitate excellent game development, and this is another shining example.”
Yann Bautista, Business Development Manager at Peter & Sons, said: “Working in the YG Masters initiative allows us to focus on creating incredible gaming experiences, and Book of Books is a fun take on the hugely popular ‘Book of’ game style. We want to produce games that put players first, and we’re confident this will be another strong performing game in our offering.”