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Yggdrasil Unveils New ReelPlay Slot Release: King Arthur 10K WAYS

Yggdrasil Unveils New ReelPlay Slot Release: King Arthur 10K WAYS

Renowned online casino game creator Yggdrasil has unveiled the latest slot from partner developer ReelPlay – an action-packed adventure titled “King Arthur 10K WAYS.” Transporting players straight to the fabled castle Camelot, this high volatility game promises over 9,000x maximum win potential.

Enter Arthurian Gaming World

With 6 reels, 4 rows and 10,000 ways to win, King Arthur 10K WAYS features cascading wins and highly detailed graphics bringing legends of swords, sorcery and medieval royalty to life. Symbols include Excalibur wilds, wizard scatters and kingly characters from British mythology spinning against a majestic castle backdrop with an epic soundtrack.

Cascading Wins and Infinite Multipliers

Landing winning combinations causes associated symbols to vanish in sparks, replaced by tumbling icons that can create reaction wins. 3 or more glowing Excalibur scatters activate free spins where infinite multiplier values build after each spin that reveals full scatters – increasing payouts during the bonus round.

Yggdrasil Executives Enthused

“King Arthur 10K WAYS takes players on a mystical journey to a realm of wizards and knights with huge win possibilities,” said Yggdrasil’s Mark McGinley. “With unlimited multipliers and ReelPlay’s popular cascading mechanic, Camelot castle becomes a stage for adventure and big rewards.” ReelPlay CEO David Johnson also praised the “incredible art and sound” plus the pioneering use of oversized symbols.

Verdict: From cascading wins to expanding wilds/scatters and free spin multipliers, King Arthur 10K WAYS is packed with features fit for royalty. I foresee many epic gaming quests ahead in Camelot’s fabled castle!

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