Yggdrasil and Peter & Sons have released new title Animafia

  • Tuesday 14 November, 2023
Yggdrasil and Peter & Sons have released new title Animafia

Peter & Sons, in collaboration with the renowned iGaming developer Yggdrasil, presents their freshest feature-packed release, Animafia, inviting users to explore the hidden depths of the city zoo.

In this adventurous title, animals start a daring mission to break free from their enclosures, offering enticing cash prizes via a huge selection of features and mechanics.

An interesting mix of features, encompassing power wilds, a collect feature, and a free spins bonus with roaming wilds, power-ups, and retriggers, await players. Customers can get anywhere from six to twenty free spins during the free spins feature. Random features like multipliers, arbitrary wild symbols, or additional free spins are introduced with every spin. The game also introduces power wilds during gameplay, comprising Expanding Wilds, Random Wilds, and Monster Wilds.

The CGO at Yggdrasil, Mark McGinley stated:

Expect some feathers to be stirred with the debut of this amazing new game. Once again, Peter & Sons proves their unwavering ability to impress, delivering yet another title featuring stunning graphics and captivating tools and mechanics.

The Founder & Commercial Director at Peter & Sons, Yann Bautista mentioned:

Our team is overjoyed to unveil this discontented crew for what promises to be an absolutely memorable heist. We anticipate that players will thoroughly relish this game brimming with features, taking full advantage of its free spins and power wilds.

Yggdrasil’s GATI technology, which enables users to leverage a setup, standardized, and regulation-ready development toolset, drives Animafia. This makes it possible for the game business to consistently produce innovative content and distribute it quickly.

Yggdrasil, established in 2013, provides top-notch software solutions for casino partners. The provider could position itself among the high-ranked companies, having authoritative awards in the backgr...