Yo Ho Ho! Yggdrasil Release Brand New Pirates – Smugglers Paradise Online Slot

Yo Ho Ho! Yggdrasil Release Brand New Pirates – Smugglers Paradise Online Slot ( Click to Enlarge )

We all know how popular the pirate theme is in popular culture; you only have to look at film franchises like Pirates of the Caribbean to confirm this. Now the Swedish software developer powerhouse Yggdrasil have delivered their own take on the genre, with Pirates – Smugglers Paradise!

Sail Exotic Seas In Search Of Treasure

Yggdrasil are renowned for online slot games that look fantastic, and Pirates – Smugglers Paradise is no exception to the rule. The pristine blue seas of the Caribbean are perfectly depicted, with lush and vegetatious islands also providing the backdrop to this slot’s 5×5 reel grid.

One of the most unique things about Pirates – Smugglers Paradise is its adoption of the cluster pay system also used in games like NetEnt’s Starburst.

An absence of pay lines means that wins are made by forming groups of icons, and when this happens they are removed from the matrix, letting more symbols fall in their place!

This mechanic results in an RTP of 96.3%, so gamblers can be sure that the chances of a win here are pretty large indeed.

Three Special Bonus Feature Locations

If you have ever played a Yggdrasil title like Vikings Go To Hell before you will know that the developer studio doesn’t skimp out on their bonus features, and Pirates – Smugglers Paradise continues the trend.

There are three separate free spin locations here: Hellfire Island, Skull Cave and Paradise Cove.

Each one of these carries its own potentially lucrative secrets, but you will have to set sail with the pirate crew in order to find out what they are! Get lucky and you could win a jackpot of up to £109,903.

Yggdrasil – A Name You Can Trust

Despite being less than a decade old, Yggdrasil have quickly made a name for themselves in the online slot industry as a result of consistently superb graphics and lucrative bonus features.

The fact that NetEnt’s ex-CEO Fredrik Elmqvist was the founder of Yggdrasil says a lot, and it is a fact self-evident as soon as you begin playing their games.