12 Trojan Mysteries by 4ThePlayer is unleashed across the Yggdrasil network
Yggdrasil and 4ThePlayer invite players on an adventure of mythical proportions in their newest hit, 12 Trojan Mysteries, released across the network today via YG Masters.
The 6×4, 4,096 Ways game features iconic characters from the fall of Troy and the new TOP MYSTERY game mechanic, where Trojan Horse symbols can reveal any other paying symbol to create epic wins and edge-of-your-seat excitement.
Free Spins introduce the Mystery Symbol Booster meter to improve Trojan Horse symbols throughout the feature, guaranteeing that they will reveal the top symbol if they land on the final spin and creating a crescendo of anticipation for the player.
Where regulations allow, players can progress straight to Free Spins with the Buy Feature.
The game also features the popular Big Reel Portrait Mode®, allowing users to play in portrait orientation on mobile devices and still have a thrilling gaming experience.
12 Trojan Mysteries is the latest game released by 4ThePlayer as part of the YG Masters program, following 2 Gods: Zeus vs Thor and 9k Yeti. It has been developed through the GATI technology, which is utilised by all YG Masters partners to allow developers to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready games using a standardised development toolkit to produce consistently cutting-edge content. R
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product and Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “12 Trojan Mysteries takes one of the most exciting tales in human history and brings it to life on the reels.
“4ThePlayer has a great track record of creating great games as a YG Masters partner and we look forward to seeing how this latest title performs.”
Chris Ash, Founder and Business Development Director at 4ThePlayer, added: “Our relationship with Yggdrasil is incredibly strong and we’re delighted to roll out our newest creation across their operator network.
“12 Trojan Mysteries offers players exciting, engaging gameplay, huge win potential and an immersive environment and we’re extremely proud of what we’ve developed.”