Yggdrasil releases Peter Hunter
The five-reel, 20-payline slot is set deep in the Siberian wilderness where wins up to 10,000x the stake are available via a cash collection feature and free spins with cash multipliers.
Should a single scatter symbol land during base gameplay, all high-paying symbols transform into a cash symbol which moves towards the scatter, increasing the value via a win multiplier after each move. When the symbols reach the scatter, Peter Hunter shoots and the combined values are collected.
Once seven scatter symbols have been collected, five free spins are awarded, triggering a truly unique feature. On each spin, one scatter symbol and a random number of high-paying cash symbols appear and travel towards the scatter, leaving multipliers in their wake.
If a traveling cash symbol gets shot, its value is multiplied by the hunter multiplier, which starts with 2x, and increases by 1x after three successful hits. If the hunter misses, the symbol will randomly change its position.
Players looking to head straight into the features can do so by paying 100x their stake on a buy bonus, automatically triggering the five free spins.
Peter Hunter is powered by GATI, with Yggdrasil's state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardized development toolkit to produce consistently cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
Mark McGinley, Chief Gaming Officer at Yggdrasil, said: "I think it's fair to say that everyone involved in the development of this game has hit the mark.
"Peter Hunter boasts fantastic visuals and has some truly memorable features and mechanics such as the cash collect which ups the ante with multiplied prizes."
Yann Bautista, Founder & Commercial Director at Peter & Sons, said: "It always brings me great pleasure to shout about our latest releases alongside the fine folk at Yggdrasil and Peter Hunter is certainly no exception.
"This game has some fantastic mechanics that many players won't have experienced before and I'm confident we have another hit on our hands."