Slot games developer Yggdrasil Gaming is inviting players to go industrial in its latest release, Power Plant, which has hit the UK online casino shelves this week.
Power Plant is something of a departure for Yggdrasil Gaming as it’s played using a highly unusual 5 reel, 8 row game engine that serves up 82 paylines. What is reassuringly familiar is the design which is top notch as usual. The setting here is a futuristic looking machine room full of equipment. The reels are made up of 6 brightly coloured icons that might light up a control panel dashboard.
The best of them is the radioactive sign which awards up to 200 coins per payline. The bright yellow W is the wild. It replaces all other symbols and spins in extended stacks. Land a full stack of wilds and you’ll trigger the Feature Respin. The fully stacked wilds from the triggering spin are held in position and you’ll be awarded a selection of the following modifier extras:
- 3-8 symbols transform into the same matching symbol.
- 1 of the standard symbols will spin in super stacked formation.
- Up to 4 nudges are awarded to create the optimum winning position.
- 1 standard symbol will become wild.
- 1 extra feature from above is awarded.
The more stacks of wilds that land on the triggering spin, the more features are awarded. 1 stack awards 2 features. 2 stacks awards 3 features. 3+ stacks awards 4 features. You’ll then play your respin with all the extra goodies in play.
As you’d hope from a slot game from Yggdrasil Gaming the sound and visuals in Power Plant are terrifically well done. The visuals have a definite futuristic look and the beat heavy backing track is a nice match. The range of extras isn’t large but you can expect to land the respins at regular intervals which certainly keeps the interest high.
Yggdrasil Gaming has made plenty of changes from its original plans for Power Plant. The amendments work well and have created a simple but very playable game. If you fancy something a little different, then this taste of the future delivers just that – check out the Power Plant review for more details.
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