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Dead Man’s Fingers Has Yggdrasil and G.Games Seeking Riches on the High Seas

The 4×5, 25 pay line slot has players navigating the stormy seas in quest of buried wealth, and it has both free spins and money collect features. Treasure chests containing cash values or small, minor, significant, and grand jackpots drop on the reels during the base game, triggering the cash collect feature. Big winnings are possible if a collect symbol lands on the fifth reel. All money symbols are gathered with their value aggregated.

Players will receive ten free games with three scatters. Octopus symbols are wild during basic play. The number of cash and collectible symbols increases during the free spins, allowing players even more winning opportunities. While searching for princely riches, players can retrigger the bonus round with no restriction.

Dead Man’s Fingers is the fourth G.Games game to join the YG Masters roster, following Cthulhu, Tiger Tiger, and Serendipity.

Using Yggdrasil’s cutting-edge technology, partners may use GATI’s predefined, regulation-ready, standardized development tools to build consistently advanced content and then distribute it quickly.

It’s the fourth G.Games game created as part of the YG Masters project, according to Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product and Programs, at Yggdrasil. Aside from that, he notes that the game is an innovative addition to the G.Games portfolio because it incorporates a fun concept with a lucrative money-collecting element.

At a press conference on Monday, G.Games CCO Helen Walton expressed her delight that Dead Man’s Fingers had joined their portfolio and expressed excitement about how players in the Yggdrasil operator network will respond. There is money gather feature and re-triggerable free spins, which means that treasure is right around the corner for these scary pirates.

Michael Grant

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