Reflex Gaming Incorporates Gigablox Mechanical Framework from Yggdrasil

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February 5th, 2021
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The enormous potential of Yggdrasil’s well-established, high-end mechanical framework Gigablox has drawn another YG Masters partner who has officially signed up for access to its advanced system.

Reflex Gaming is the latest studio to join the program which enables it to integrate popular, cool features within its roadmap during development process. To clarify, by incorporating the aggregator’s proprietary mechanic Gigablox within its future games, the UK-based multi-platform content provider will be able to use dynamic reels and gigantic blocks, potentially leading to massive wins.

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Characterized as one of the most advanced technologies when it comes to game development, Yggdrasil’s proven Gigablox mechanic has already featured in several highly acclaimed titles, such as Lucky Neko and Hades. As the latest signee to the provider’s cutting-edge program, Reflex Gaming will be able to utilize a framework that enables dynamic reels to spawn gigantic blocks up to 6×6 stacked.

Besides its ability to create massive wins, this groundbreaking mechanic also enables GigaBlox Battles, another up-to-date mechanism that lifts the gaming experience.

As a reminder, the studio’s framework is part of its innovative YG Masters program that enables studios to create and distribute gaming content by using revolutionary GATI technology. This preconfigured, regulation-ready development toolkit allows content developers and game designers to apply standardized formats and setups to distribute games all around the world.

It belongs to a mighty trio of mechanics, Gigablox, MultiMAX and Splitz, whereby each is available for content creation that drives bigger player management, player acquisition, and retention levels.

Reflex Gaming teamed up with Yggdrasil in June last year, when it also launched its first game, Moley Moolah, released through the program couple of months later.

Head of partner programs at Yggdrasil, Stuart McCarthy, said about the latest partnership:

“By offering our proven mechanics to our YG Masters partners they can launch new games knowing they will appeal to global players. YG Masters help our partners rapidly develop content for distribution to our vast operator network, while within our framework offering, studios can elevate their portfolios even further.”

McCarthy continued:

“Our partnership with Reflex Gaming is going from strength-to-strength, and we are excited to see the upcoming titles they will deliver with the Gigablox mechanic to further fuel their success.”

Mat Ingram, CPO at Reflex Gaming, added:

“Through the YG Masters program, we have been able to streamline the development process, allowing us to focus on the game design and enabling us to launch exciting titles to a new audience. We have a full game launch schedule for 2021, with some epic releases coming. We are really impressed with what Yggdrasil have done on their games using these mechanics. Our game design team already have ideas on how to deploy these clever slot mechanics on our own upcoming games.”

Back to GIZA!

Among the latest slot games on Yggdrasil’s roadmap is GIZA Infinity Reels, a second game from ReelPlay to be produced through the YG Masters program. The game comes right after the release of Atlantis Megaways late last year, whose features and mesmerizing narrative enable players to explore the land of the Pharaohs with uncanny precision, helping them to uncover endless wealth in sand dunes.

At the end of January, Yggdrasil expanded its online gambling suite with Frost Queen Jackpots.

Source:

“Reflex Gaming to leverage Yggdrasil’s Gigablox™ mechanic”, yggdrasilgaming.com, February 3, 2021.

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