Wizard Games introduces PAYS ANYWHERE mechanic in adventure quest Surtr’s Fury

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Wizard Games, a subsidiary of NeoGames S.A, invites players to command its latest game, Surtr’s Fury. This new addition introduces tumbling tiles and a unique pays mechanic to the supplier’s collection.

Surtr’s Fury is designed with a pays anywhere feature on a 6×5 grid. Players need at least eight matching symbols to form winning combinations.

Once a win is achieved, the winning symbols are removed, activating the tumbling tiles feature. This allows new symbols to drop down, potentially creating more wins. The chance of substantial wins in a single spin is enhanced with random multipliers on the reels, which accumulate when no more successful tumbles occur, multiplying the total win.

The bonus mode is triggered when four or more scatter symbols land, awarding the player with 15 free spins. An additional five free spins are granted every time another three or more scatter symbols appear. During free spin games, the multiplier symbols gather in the multiplier meter, amplifying players’ winnings in these rounds.

Surtr’s Fury showcases Wizard Games’ ongoing dedication to creating innovative and captivating slots. It includes additional features such as auto-spins, turbo spins, and a boost feature that increases the bet by 20% to enhance the likelihood of triggering free spins.

This release joins the ranks of recent successes like Incan Treasures and Piggi Bank in Wizard Games’ extensive portfolio, which now features over 150 thrilling titles.

Surtr’s Fury is a compelling addition to our portfolio and exemplifies our dedication to delivering innovative and engaging gaming experiences.

“This game is an invitation to embark on a new adventure filled with swords, flames and riches beyond measure. With each spin, you are leading a battalion into battle, fuelled by the promise of priceless treasures waiting to be claimed.”

Megan Easey, Director of Operations at Wizard Games