Go on an Easter Island expedition courtesy of Yggdrasil Gaming

Yggdrasil Gaming has sailed into the remote Pacific Ocean for its new offering, with an Easter Island slot aiming to take advantage of a customers adventurous side.

With the action taking place a great distance away from the nearest continent, players will need to make use of expanding reels and sticky wilds to ensure they enjoy a successful expedition.

Consumers will also be greeted by two towering and vibrant Moai statues, which cheer on players, in addition to helping out by growing up to four rows taller when landing more than four symbols on a win line.

Jonas Strandman, Yggdrasil Gaming Head of Slots, said: “Easter Island is the perfect pep up for those with an adventurous spirit. Players will be treated to exciting winning combinations as they trigger the novel ‘symbol swap respin’ and take advantage of the expanding reels.

“With the big wins on offer, those who make the trip won’t be in a hurry to return to the mainland anytime soon.”

Continuing the Easter theme,, Yggdrasil is also launching a missions network campaign on the 29th of March, complete with a €60,000 prize pool.

The player who finishes at the top of the leaderboard will win a trip for two to Chile and Easter Island to see the enigmatic Moai first-hand, as well as visiting the Atacama Desert. Alongside Easter Island, the campaign will also include blockbusters titles Vikings go Berzerk and recent release Gem Rocks.

The new Easter Island slot sits on Yggdrasil’s established HTML client framework iSENSE 2.0+, and will be backed by its collection of in-game promotion tools, BOOST, designed to boost retention rates for all operators.

See the introductory video for Yggdrasil’s new Easter Island slot below.

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