G.Games has set sail on a swashbuckling adventure with Yggdrasil in Dead Man’s Fingers.


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Dead Man’s Fingers is a 5×4, 25-payline video slot which incorporates a maximum win potential of up to x100,000 the bet.


Medium – High


95.2 per cent


Symbols in the game include five high-pays and five low-pays, followed by quickhit, wild, collect and scatter symbols. 

The quickhit money symbols which appear on reels one, two, three and four display a multiplier ranging from x1, x2, x3, x5, x6, x8, x10, x12, x15, x18, x20, x50, x100, x200 and x1,000 – the grand prize. 

When the dead hand quickhit collect symbol appears on reel five together with at least one quickhit money symbol, the player is awarded an immediate win as shown on each quickhit symbol.

Moreover, there is an octopus wild symbol on reels two, three and four that substitutes all regular symbols as well as a golden compass scatter symbol that appears on reels two, three and four.


The title incorporates features such as a free spins bonus with the chance to retrigger and a money collect bonus. 


In the game, matching three scatter symbols anywhere on the reels awards 10 free spins. This retriggers when three scatter symbols are landed inside the bonus. 

Moreover, during free spins mode there are more quickhit money and collect symbols on the reels, increasing the chance of hitting instant cash wins.


“The fourth creation by G.Games as part of the YG Masters initiative sees players take to the seas in search of big wins,” remarked Stuart McCarthy, head of product and programs at Yggdrasil. “Combining a fun theme and lucrative money collect feature in both base play and free spins, it offers a new dynamic to the existing G.Games portfolio.”

Helen Walton, CCO at G.Games, added: “Dead Man’s Fingers is an exciting new addition to our offering and we’re eager to see how fans react across Yggdrasil’s operator network. With big wins available on every spin through the money collect feature, as well as a retriggerable free spins, treasure can’t be far away for our fearsome pirates.”



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