Peter & Sons, alongside Yggdrasil, has unlocked the doors to the underworld in its latest title launch, Xibalba.
Xibalba is a 5×3, 7,776-payline video slot that incorporates a maximum win potential of up to x20,000 the bet.
96.10 per cent
Symbols in the game include twelve square-shaped demon lords which offer wins landing three, four or five of a kind on a payline.
Wilds can also grow during the game, with them not being removed by cascades, but ensuring every symbol added to the reel above it is also a wild.
Lastly, when two scatter symbols land on a single spin, the gigantor feature is triggered.
The title incorporates features such as a gigantor feature, cascading wins, multipliers, a free spins mode, a buy option and expanding reels.
With the height expanding with every winning spin, each successful spin also increases a win multiplier by one, with winning combinations being removed in the classic cascading style slot.
The Gigantor feature, which is triggered by landing two scatter symbols, sees a respin occur with reels in which scatters have landed spinning in sync while displaying supersized symbols of up to 3×3 in size.
Moreover, landing three or more scatters will see 15 free spins awarded, with an unlimited multiplier during cascades, without resetting every spin for huge win potential as the multiplier builds.
Finally, in certain jurisdictions, players can also buy free spins for a shortcut into extra win potential.
WHAT THEY SAY
“Xibalba marks another fantastic addition to our portfolio by Peter & Sons,” said Stuart McCarthy, head of product and programs at Yggdrasil. “With increasing ways to win, cascading symbols and a lucrative bonus round, it yet again highlights the strength of the studio as a member of the YG Masters program.”
Yann Bautista, business development manager at Peter & Sons, added: “We continue to churn out exciting new hits as part of the YG Masters initiative and Xibalba is one of our most exciting yet.
“Uniting our unique art style with huge win potential and a dynamic reel set, we’re extremely pleased to release this game across Yggdrasil’s network and look forward to seeing how our fans react.”
To play a demo version of Xibalba, click here.