Reflex’s first title as a partner of the game-changing curation program takes players to the pleasant village of Molesworth, where an inquisitive mole resides as he digs for prizes and wins galore.
The 3×5 game sees players aim to unearth three Moley Moolah scatter symbols which triggers the Free Spins mode. During this mode, as Golden Acorns are found, more and more reel sets will be unlocked. Five acorns will unlock a second grid, with more being unlocked for every five additional acorns found. If 20 Golden Acorns land during the free spins, the top prize is paid out.
Moley Moolah also contains a Wild Reels modifier that is randomly triggered by our friendly mole. And the end of the spin, the mole can appear holding a placard with a Wild symbol on. He will then burrow into the reels, adding Wilds which can transform any spin into a huge win.
Reflex Gaming’s YG Masters title has been produced using Yggdrasil’s pioneering GATI technology, which is used by all program partners, allowing developers to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to create cutting-edge content.
Rapid distribution across Yggdrasil’s entire distribution network enables all YG Masters partners to scale and accelerate their global growth strategies.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Partner Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “Moley Moolah sees the introduction of another partner’s title to our growing YG Masters portfolio and we couldn’t be prouder.
“Every member of the initiative brings something completely unique to the table and Reflex Gaming are no different. With an innovative Bonus Round and a loveable character, we can’t wait to see how this is received by partners across the world.”
Mat Ingram, CPO at Reflex Gaming, said: “Moley Moolah is a game that brings together all the elements of game design we truly enjoy in one fun-filled package. With the focal character helping out when he can, players will be joining him on his digs as often as possible!
“As a YG Masters program member we get to enjoy numerous benefits while being able to focus on what we do best, design games. This has allowed us to really flourish and we look forward to releasing many more games in the future.”