I don't know if you've ever heard of the legendary Tutty Twister, but if you haven't let me bring you in on an important piece of Egyptian history. The boy king Tutankhamun was legendary for his prank pulling, and back in the day (before he was embalmed and buried in a tomb), he used to wrap himself up in papyrus toilet paper and pull on the nipples of unsuspecting victims. Okay, I may have made that entire scenario up. Honestly, when I heard of Yggdrasil's Tut's Twister slot, that was what popped into my head. No, I'm not a weirdo, you're a weirdo!
Tut's Twister is a a 5 reel, 25 payline video slot that takes place in King Tut's burial site. Here, you'll find a ghoul wrapped up in mummy dressing ready to slice you (or yank your nipples) should you try to steal any of the king's gold without spinning the reels first. The game's symbols are a combination of ancient Egyptian jewelry and traditional slot symbols. You'll find blue diamonds, green clubs, purple spades, red hearts, papyrus scrolls, a gold ring, an eagle pendant, and a bowl of gold and jewels as game symbols. The overall artistry associated with this game is top-notch especially when you compare it with the company's older efforts.
Features in the game are decent enough, and include wild symbols, walking wilds, sticky wilds, wild reels, stacked symbols, and free spins. These all combine to give Tut's Twister a posted return to player percentage (RTP) of 97.1%, which is very high for an online slot and a full percentage point higher than other Yggdrasil releases that we normally see.
Tut's Twister can be played on both desktop and mobile devices, and you don't see any quality drops when you switch to the smaller screen. On smartphones and tablets, the button layout is nicely done, and you won't fat finger anything because of the layout.
This is a video slot that you're either going to love or hate. It's something that is just polarizing. If you like the standard amount of features and the theme, then this is a game you'll probably like putting your time and money into. The presentation is nice, but in my opinion there are a lot better looking Yggdrasil slots out there. If you're not a fan of ancient Egypt, you may want to stick to some of the other newer options that the company has put out recently.