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Sunny Shores

Yggdrasil Gaming
RTP 96.2%
Play Yggdrasil Gaming Slots
Reels 5
Paylines 27
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96.5
Wild symbols YES
Free spins NO
Bonus NO

Sunny Shores Slot Review

Released: May 2017

The Sunny Shores 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 – with a strong focus on the development of slots games – but have gained a strong portfolio of clients and are now branching out to round out their games offerings with other types of casino games. 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 Sunny Shores is 3.80%.

Jet off for a little holiday and take in some rays to reset your balance.

The Sunny Shores game has 5 reels with 27 paylines and you can bet one coin per payline. Wins pay both left to right and right to left however 5 of a Kind wins are only paid in one direction.

The ‘Sun’ symbol is Wild. When you receive a Sun Wild symbol it can expand up to two symbols in each direction horizontally and vertically. If the Sun Wild symbol would expand beyond the edge of the reels, it will wrap around the reels and be placed at the corresponding position on the other edge.

There are no bonus features when playing Sunny Shores.


Sunny Shores is a little like booking what looks to be a luxury hotel for a holiday and turning up to find there’s only a cheap buffet for eats and you can hear every noise the people in the next room make. It’s not horribly bad, but there’s very little good to say. Visually Yggdrasil Gaming have done the usual good job, and the House Edge isn’t terrible – though still approaching the upper end of the range being used by most new release slots games today – but the complete lack of any engage bonus features leaves this game in the ‘why would I?’ category. I can’t see many players searching this game out.

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