The latest edition of CasinoBeats’ collection of recent slot launches is here for your viewing pleasure, so, sit back and get to grips with a select few in one handy bite-size chunk.

Yggdrasil – Yokozuna Clash

Enter the dohyo and prepare for the ultimate battle in Yggdrasil’s latest offering, set in the heart of Tokyo as the Grand Sumo Tournament is about to begin.

Beginning with two fighters in the ring ready to earn the highest rank in sumo wrestling, Yokozuna, one bring a random wilds feature while the other offer random multipliers.

Natalya Ovchinnikova, product owner of slots at Yggdrasil, explained: “Yokuzuna Clash has unique game mechanics that bring together the action-packed fighting element common in video games with our innovative slots features in a highly intuitive way.

“The game has a lot of incredible features in store and easily triggered free spin rounds. In free spin mode, the wrestlers reflect the happenings on the reels, adding more wilds or multipliers depending on the course of action. If players succeed in defeating the Yokozuna, the tournament is won, and players’ wins are doubled.’’

Red Tiger Gaming – Pirates’ Plenty, Battle For Gold

Get set to conquer the seven seas once again once again, as Red Tiger follows up a successful prior introduction with its 100th slot title.

The 5×3 reels come filled to the brim with pirate bounty, with Pirates’ Plenty, Battle For Gold featuring a host of iconography, including bottles of grog, pistols, cannons, pirate hats and skulls and crossbones.

Collecting all the pieces of a treasure map reveals the fourth wild island row which once unlocked, stays unlocked, giving players the chance of wins of up to 5,000x of their stake.

Carl Ejlertsson, director of business development at Red Tiger, stated: “Pirates’ Plenty – Battle For Gold is one of the most immersive titles in our suite of slot games. Its predecessor Pirates’ Plenty – The Sunken Treasure has featured in igaming tracker’s top five games since its release, so we had a lot to live up to with the sequel.”

NetEnt – Butterfly Staxx 2

It’s time for another sequel as NetEnt introduces Butterfly Staxx 2, coming complete with a pick and click bonus game offering even more ways to win.

In the 5-reel, 4-row, 40-fixed line video slot, players can unlock up to three play areas in a single bet, where the reels in each play area spin independently and simultaneously.

This innovation is triggered during any re-spin round, which is activated when a full stack of four butterfly symbols lands and covers the entire reel or by choosing butterfly spins when a bonus game is awarded.

Bryan Upton, NetEnt director of games, commented: “Butterfly Staxx 2 is a true sequel to the highly successful Butterfly Staxx. It takes a familiar, powerful mechanic that has been amplified to meet the voracious player expectations of today.

“This game shows the industry needs all different types of games and this is all about player entertainment and stickiness. As always, adding enhanced player interaction means engagement and success, and the multi-level pick-and-click bonus does just that. Another modern-day classic in the making.”

Pragmatic Play – Vampires vs Wolves

The newest 3×5 introduction takes place in a mysterious town, where jewels and elegant vampires filling the reels, and if a wolf and castle symbol fall at the same time a bonus feature is triggered.

Activating this free spins mode in Vampires vs Wolves gives players a choice of pursuing each central character, each with their own unique benefits.

Transform on the reels, into either vampires or werewolves, players are transported to a creepy forest where huge wins await.

Yossi Barzely, chief business development officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to release our latest videoslot, Vampires vs Wolves.

“Its smooth gameplay, combined with an immersive theme and thrilling bonus feature, makes it one of our most exciting slots yet, and the graphic animation adds a whole new level of engagement to the title.”

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