King Kong Comes Back to the Reels in New Krazy Klimber Slot
Reflex Gaming, together with Yggdrasil, has just released Krazy Klimber slots, a game inspired by King Kong and packed full of features.
It is a 3x5 slot with 20 paylines focused on the ape that is trying to climb up the tower in search of big wins. There are two major bonus features that can be triggered on any spin, the Krazy Klimber bonus game and free spins.
The Krazy Klimber feature begins when bonus symbols land on reels one, three and five simultaneously. The ape starts climbing the skyscraper and different levels offer different rewards, such as multipliers and free spins. It is possible to win up to 1,000 times the bet in the bonus. If the free spins are triggered in the bonus game, then players are awarded up to three super sliding wilds that can move on the reels to help produce more wins.
This latest release follows Desperate Dawgs, which was released as part of the YG Masters program earlier this year. That slot exceeded all expectations, with the operator William Hill reporting that it is amongst their top three most successful launches of the year.
As part of the YG Masters program, Reflex Gaming is able to use Yggdrasil’s GATI technology, a preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardized development toolkit that allows developers to produce consistently cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
We’re thrilled to launch Krazy Klimber through the YG Masters program as it has been one of our strongest games on our land-based machine estates. From the toe-tapping rhythms of the jazz soundtrack to the buzz of circling bi-planes and search lights sweeping across the Manhattan nightscape; we’re looking forward to seeing players scale new heights of entertainment and excitement with our ape in search of big wins.
Stuart McCarthy, the Head of Product and Programs at Yggdrasil, described Krazy Klimber as an “action-packed slot” adding, “With an instantly recognisable theme and huge win potential through the Krazy Klimber feature, we can’t wait to see how the game is received by players across our operator network.”