Yggdrasil and Peter & Sons release Dungeon Tower MultiMax


  • Monday 21 November, 2022
Yggdrasil and Peter & Sons release Dungeon Tower MultiMax

Peter & Sons and Yggdrasil have collaborated to launch their latest title, Dungeon Tower MultiMax.

The new game has a 5 by 5 reel set and high volatility to enhance the user’s experience. During its gameplay players will be greeted with its scary aesthetic and theme in its treasure-filled tower setting.

Featuring the MultiMax mechanic, the new title has the potential of awarding enormous wins worth up to 20 thousand times the user’s bet. Each reel has its own multiplier which will be granted when the player scores a prize. Additionally, wild symbols will increase the multipliers of the reels they are in, making the game even more lucrative for the players.

If the user lands more than two scatter symbols they will be awarded with free spins, during which reel multipliers get carried over from one round to another. Moreover, players can purchase the golden wager mechanic to get higher chances of landing free spins for a 0.2 times increased bet value.

The new title is powered by Yggdrasil’s GATI initiative, which aims to help development studios of various sizes produce high quality iGaming products with preconfigured, regulatory compliant tools and technology.

We are excited to announce the launch of the latest game developed by our GATI associate Peter & Sons, who have created yet another high quality thrilling experience with Dungeon Tower MultiMax. We are excited to see it integrated into online casinos.

commented the head of programs and products at Yggdrasil, Stuart McCarthy.

As we always strive to deliver our best performance when working with Yggdrasil, having the ability to integrate the MultiMax feature was quite important for us. We think Dungeon Tower MultiMax is an excellent addition to our portfolio and we are eager to find out what operators and players will think of it.

remarked the business development manager of Peter & Sons, Yann Bautista.

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