Alchymedes Slots Review: Yggdrasil brew their best slot yet
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The 60 payline slot, which launches at Mayfair on the 18th October, is full of unique features. A level up mechanic, pattern wilds and accumulating multipliers… we feel there’s a successful formula here somewhere.
Visually, it's clear that Alchymedes draws inspiration from popular magic franchises like Harry Potter. Set in an awry looking swamp, the graphics of this slot are up there with the likes of NetEnt slots. The game looks and feels suitably magical with enchanting sound effects added for extra ambience.
The symbols are a range of potions and card suits which have been given extra enchanting lustre. It's a fantastic looking slot - but what's the gameplay like?
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If you're expecting a traditional payline slot like Cleopatra or Starburst, then prepare for a surprise. In this Yggdrasil slot, there are no free spins to speak of - instead, we have a video game like progression path. Each level of the slot is completed by turning every segment on every reel gold; this is done by spinning winning combinations.
The winning symbols in that payline will turn their respective backgrounds gold. Once every background
colour has changed, you will have completed the level and can move on for extra bonuses and rewards.
right hand side, you will notice a red potion with a multiplier inside it. As you spin, this will randomly increase; on the final win that completes the level, this multiplier will be awarded.
In a green flask to the left of the reels, you will see a pattern; this pattern corresponds to the wild patterns that will appear as you spin on the
Alchymedes slot game. Both the multiplier and the wild patterns can be levelled up once you have progressed to the next level. Choosing more wild patterns will increase the size of the wilds while choosing the multiplier bonus will affect the speed the multiplier increases.