Yggdrasil Gaming launched Power Plant to the market on April 24, 2017. It is an interesting slot game that clearly shows that Yggdrasil is thinking in brand new paths and that they want to make their mark on the innovative and innovative in the market. As the intro loads and plays, the hopes rise that here is a lot of wow and stand-fur. Unfortunately, the slot machine does not live up to what it promises.
The graphics are, as always, with Yggdrasil Gaming’s machines, absolutely unbeatable. We love the colors, the stroke and yes the whole idea behind the vending machine. However, it gets a little flat. There is actually more excitement in Homer Simson’s power station. The music and sound effects also get a little over the top in this machine and we ended up turning off the sound. Not because it was too loud, but because one sound was above the other and the result was noisy.
Power Plant comes with many new great features and many great ideas, but dotting the feature is not easy and you are not completely torn in the game. In spite of the fact that a lot is happening, you do not get the impression that it does, namely. However, we believe that Yggdrasil Gaming will capture all of this so we are still a fan of Yggrasil’s games and we have high hopes for what they will bring to the market in the future.
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Yggdrasil’s focus on mobile devices has taken the development further than its closest competitors have, with its portrait mode. This means you can play Yggdrasil games both horizontally and vertically when playing from mobile devices. Power Plant is specifically designed to play in portrait mode.
The vending machine is futuristic and takes us into an electric industrial world. We can imagine a re-vamped steam punk version of this one.
At this slot machine we play over no less than five reels and eight rows! Power Plant offers 82 paylines and it is perhaps the large number of combination options that have not found a formula that does not give the player a feeling that it is difficult to win.
Theme & Design
Power Plant’s theme is a bit industrial in its inspiration, but the background image shows you a futuristic power plant, not to mention an extremely clean one. The symbols used inside are mostly logos that represent different types of power or warning signs.
Power Plant features.
All wilds are stacked and a full stack gives you one of several spinning features as follows:
- A wild stack gives you 2 different features
- Two wild stacks give you 3 different features and
- Three wild stacks give you 4 different functions
These will be selected at random and after they have been selected you will get one spin with the selected features.
There are five different spinning features. They have no name with they have symbols that look like they are inspired by nuclear power plants. The functions they perform are everything from adding winning symbols, making one of the gameplay symbols to the super stack, adding an extra feature, giving up to four wheel spells and choosing a random symbol and turning it into wild.
So you see that innovation and renewal, it does not lack the slot machine and although we may not be wildly excited about the result it is definitely worth trying it a few spins.
Yggdrasil’s Power Plant is something different or at least to what we’re used to. It’s a breath of fresh air although it doesn’t contain a free spins feature. Base game wins are okay but the bigger wins are reserved for the bonus features, the best winning combination is gained when the Nudge Reels and Active Wild features combine since the extra wilds adds a touch of spice to the payouts.