More and more YG partners are hopping onboard SS GIGABLOX™. Just last month, Bang Bang Games and DreamTech Gaming announced the inclusion of new mechanics.
Right now, Yggdrasil Gaming has bigger plans for expansion. As of February 2021, Reflex Gaming is adding the GIGABLOX™ tool to its belt. Let’s learn more about the deal.
Taking on the New Proposition
Looking to enrich its game roadmap, Reflex Gaming is incorporating the new mechanic. With GIGABLOX™, Reflex looks to refurbish its slots and improve the approach to their creation. So, far the company has produced the following games:
- Moley Moolah
- Celtic Spirit
- Celtic Spirit Deluxe
- Jurassic Jackpots
- Lucky Gems
- Desperate Dawgs
We hope that the next reel release will feature the block framework.
Mat Ingram, CPO at Reflex Gaming, talked about the integration.
“Through the YG Masters program, we have been able to streamline the development process.” This “allowed [them] to focus on the game design and enabling [them] to launch exciting titles to a new audience.”
As we noted, the first slot Reflex put forward with Yggdrasil was Moley Mooolah. This is a 5×3 reel grid video slots with 10 paylines. The story is one of a mole digging up real money for the player. Your goal is to collect multiple gnome symbols to trigger bonus rounds.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Partner Programs at Yggdrasil, spoke about Reflex.
“By offering our proven mechanics to our partners they can launch new games knowing they will appeal to global players. YG Masters help our partners rapidly develop content for distribution to our vast operator network.”
“Our partnership with Reflex Gaming is going from strength-to-strength, and we are excited to see the upcoming titles they will deliver with the Gigablox™ mechanic to further fuel their success.”
“We have a full game launch schedule for 2021, with some epic releases coming. We are really impressed with what Yggdrasil have done on their games using these mechanics. Our game design team already have ideas on how to deploy these clever slot mechanics on our own upcoming games.”