Ice and Fire unveiled by Yggdrasil Gaming
Wilds are mirrored across dual reel sets regardless of which side they land on, as wins create cascading features, while if players manage four or more winning cascades in a single spin, the free games feature is triggered, and they can pick an elemental dragon in their battle for glory.
The free games feature is ultra-volatile, placing up to 150 extra wild symbols on the reels, with the ability to retrigger the bonus round in the mode, leading to colossal win potential.
Ice and Fire also contains a multiplier feature, where three scatter symbols can award 10 free games, with an increasing multiplier after every cascading win.
As part of the introduction of its new Publishing division earlier this year, Yggdrasil has significantly updated its YG Masters program, enabling content partners and game developers to quickly commercialize roadmap offerings through its global distribution network using full capacity of promotional tools driving customer acquisition, retention and engagement.
The Yggdrasil Publishing value propositions provides partners with an unlimited potential to scale and realize business strategies, driving revenue growth.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Studio Partnerships at Yggdrasil, said: "The YG Masters program has gone from strength-to-strength in the last 12 months, and we are marking ICE 2020 by releasing our newest title, Ice and Fire.
"The game offers a completely new flavour to our portfolio and its action-packed gameplay will excite fans across the globe.
"Our YG Masters program will undergo significant expansion in the upcoming year, as part of our new Publishing division, so this marks the start of a thrilling period of expansion for our team."
Peter Walker, Product Owner at DreamTech Gaming, said: "Ice and Fire is a thrilling creation pitting two opposing elements against one another, as fearsome dragons roam the reels in search of giant wins.
"We are delighted to release our first title through the YG Masters program and look forward to a continuing partnership with Yggdrasil in the years to come."