St Patrick’s Day release does away with traditional paylines
Aspire Global’s Wizard Games has launched a St Patrick’s Day game with a twist in Teddy’s Tavern, a major release that features an exciting new mechanic, DigiDrop.
The attractive three-reel, one-row title, set inside a classic Irish pub, has a simplified approach that does away with the standard paylines and ways as players are invited to enjoy some jovial, Emerald isle-style hospitality.
Instead, a set of unique symbols featuring numbers drop across the reels to create an easy-to-understand multiplier. For example, if the player lands a 0, 5 and 4 combination, they pick up 54x their stake. Should they land a 10, 0 and 0, then that would represent a huge 1,000x prize.
Additionally, non-winning spins have a chance of triggering respins across all three reels in Lucky Respins mode, while three Scatters triggers 10 Free Spins, with the opportunity of retriggers – enough to make anyone dance a jig of joy. In certain markets, players can purchase the feature with a Buy option across several Free Spins modes.
Teddy’s Tavern is a medium to high volatility game, with 3 different RTP – 88%, 94% and 96%.
Joey Hurtado, Managing Director of Games at Wizard Games, said: “St Patrick’s Day is a major date in the online gaming calendar and this year, we were determined to make our mark on the occasion.
“This is exactly what we have achieved with Teddy’s Tavern. The new mechanic we have developed is easy to understand and gives players an instant visualisation of what they have won. We are confident that this landmark launch – our biggest to date – will prove to be a massive hit with our partners and their players across the world.”
Deane Hendricks, Chief Operations Officer at Wizard Games, said: “In a short space of time since launching, Wizard Games has already left its mark on the industry with its innovative approach to slot development.
“The DigiDrop mechanic within Teddy’s Tavern is sure to be a hit with players old and new and fits the bill perfectly in terms of engagement around St Patrick’s Day.”