The Incinerator slots game is produced by Yggdrasil Gaming. Yggdrasil Gaming take their name from Norse mythology where Yggdrasil is a magical tree where dragons lived and Odin sacrificed himself. Yggdrasil Gaming are one of the smaller slot development companies on the market at the moment – primarily focusing on slots game - and do not offer a full casino platform. They lease their games out to casinos using other platforms as a bolt on package. Yggdrasil Gaming publish the Return to Player/House Edge of their slots games within the game help file. The House Edge of Incinerator is 3.90%.
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The Incinerator game has 5 reels which are 3 symbols high. The game has 20 paylines and you can bet up to one coin on each payline.
The ‘Wild’ symbol is Wild.
There are two bonus features when playing Incinerator. The first bonus feature is activated any time you receive a winning combination. When this happens after you have been paid the symbols that contributed to the win will explode allowing the symbols above them to drop down and new symbols to fall into the top of the reels to fill any spaces. This process repeats until no new winning combinations are received.
The second bonus feature is triggered if you receive 3 consecutive winning combinations from a single spin. At the start of each spin a pattern of symbols is displayed at the left of the reels. The pattern changes randomly each spin. If you receive 3 consecutive winning combinations from a single spin the symbols that would make up the pattern displayed on the left of the reel are all turned into Wild symbols. This feature can be retriggered if you receive a further 3 consecutive wins.
Incinerator is a reasonable slot game but not one of Yggdrasil Gaming’s best. Visually it’s attractive and appealing as we’ve come to expect from this supplier, but the bonus features just aren’t all that exciting. The Rolling Reels feature has receive a lot of exposure over the last few years and the Wild symbol patterns aren’t enough to liven this up by themselves. This is combined with a House Edge that is on the high end of the range that’s commonly in use on the modern slots market leaving a game that, while not a bad choice, isn’t one to go out your way to find.