Yggdrasil to Release 'Syncronite' Slot

Swedish game developer Yggdrasil has announced the upcoming launch of their latest in-house slot effort 'Syncronite', which uses the SPLITZ game mechanic.

Syncronite is a 5 reel, 729 ways to win video slot that's developed in an art-deco style. The game has a variety of poker chips as well as dice, diamonds, cherries, and gold bells on the reels. Features include synced reels, SPLITZ symbols (where identical symbols are split up to eight times), and a left-to-right pay system. The slot is considered to be high volatility and has a posted return to player percentage (RTP) of 96%. The game's max win with everything maxed out is €1,280,000.

Check out a trailer for the game below:

Syncronite launches on November 19th at Yggdrasil partner casinos.

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8 December 2020 - 12:48pm
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I quite like this game. In general I am not a fan of Yggdrasil games but this one is simple yet fascinating. Tried once so far and had a win over 100x bet. Worth a try.

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Nice, gotta love a nice 100x win! Do you like the sync'd reels or does it get old quickly?

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