Yggdrasil Gaming will be releasing the Dark Vortex slot on the 24th of October 2018 (that’s next Wednesday by the way) – however, it’s available to play exclusively early.
Dark Vortex has been perfectly timed for Halloween as you open up a portal to go to a realm full of all dark things and wretched (according to Yggdrasil Gaming) which sees you team up with evil forces in this 5 reels, 243 ways to win title.
Playable from just 10p per spin across desktop, mobile and tablet devices, it looks fantastic and has a dark and twisted feel. With win both way technology, you can form winning combinations from both left to right and right to left.
There’s a Vortex Reels feature where you get 3 vortex spins on an expanded reel symbol – you’ll also benefit from stacked wilds and stacked high value symbols to enhanced your winning potential. Every additional adjacent Vortex symbol adds an extra Vortex reel and 2 more Vortex spins – there’s up to 3,125 ways to win possible.
Dark Vortex also comes orb symbols which give you more wilds and extra free spins when you trigger the Vortex Free Spins feature – played on a 5 by 5 reel set with 3,125 ways to win, you’ll get stacked wilds on the 3 middle reels.
If you’re impatient, you can pay 80 times your stake to enter the Vortex Free Spins feature where up to 20 free spins with 10 high wild stacks can be won. This medium to high variance offering can reward you with 7,318 times your stake on every free spin. Read the Dark Vortex slot review for more details and to try for free.
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Spurs chief Daniel Levy apologises to fans after yet another stadium setback
Thursday December 13, 2018
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