Players are being encouraged to take a step into the epic tales of Germanic mythology in the latest slot to be launched by Apparat Gaming, the developer of slots with a distinctly German accent.
Valkyries – The Nibelung Legends is the only game that allows players to explore the myths and legends of the five beautiful yet fierce Valkyries. Those that do will be able to discover and unleash the power of Gemstone Multipliers.
These come into play when three Scatters land to trigger the Free Spins bonus. The player receives 15 Free Games and while they play out, only the five Valkyries are present to help create the big wins that fantasies are made of.
Each Valkyrie has its own coloured gemstone and whenever a win includes a Valkyrie, its gemstone is activated with a Multiplier. The next time the player wins with the same Valkyrie, the total win is multiplied by the respective Multiplier.
That’s not all – each win increases the Multiplier with the potential to collect up to 30 in total. If all gemstones are activated, all of the Valkyries will appear and reward the player with an additional 15 Free Games.
Valkyries – The Nibelung Legends has been developed with Apparat Gaming’s unique approach which is to create slots that capture what it means to be German. This includes quality engineering, augenweide (eye candy) and no sense of humour whatsoever.
This has proved to be a winning combination, with its slot hitting the mark with players in Germany plus other European markets such as Switzerland and the UK.
Martin Frindt, Chief Product Officer at Apparat Gaming, said: “Valkyries – The Nibelung Legends will appeal to fans of mythology slots but this being Apparat Gaming, we’ve given it our own German spin.
“The Valkyries are beautiful, especially when they land in the Free Spins game and drop their Gemstone Multipliers delivering a max win potential of 7,000x..
“Valkyries – The Nibelung Legends captures everything that a slot with a German accent should be, and we can’t wait to see it take flight and land in the game lobbies of our operator partners.”