Coming Soon: Ghost Glyph Pokie From Quickspin

8/9/2020

As most of the world is saying bye to summer, NZ players will soon welcome the hottest months of the year. The coming release from Quickspin might be a bit misleading though and put our focus on Halloween, rather than on sunny beaches.

The pokie introduces players to an old, haunted house which is occupied by quirky ghosts. It’s scary, in fact, however, the gorgeous art design is close to perfection. The game plays well on both desktop and mobile versions, thanks to a great job done by the team’s developers. 

Ghost Glyph Pokie Details

The game is built on the well-known tumble mechanics – it’s available in both the base and bonus games. Any symbols that contribute to the winning combinations are removed and empty positions are replaced with symbols that fall from above. 

New wins are added to the existing wins. The tumbling ends when no more winning clusters are present on the reels.

The game has medium volatility and a 31% hit rate in the base game with up to 2,200x in exposure. The pokie’s RTP stands at 96.18%. Bet levels range from 0.20 to 100 credits per spin.

Get Ready For Ghost Glyphs at Dunder!

Game Symbols And Bonus Features

Looking for good, old wilds? Well, the classic wild symbols are replaced with Ghost Glyphs in this pokie. They obviously substitute for any symbols that can guarantee winning combinations but, also, they are used to activate Ghost Urns that include:

  • Yellow Urn (spawns 4-10 wilds on the reels)
  • Green Urn (instances of one low-paying symbol are transformed into another symbol)
  • Red Urn (randomly selects one symbol and removes all its instances)
  • Blue Urn (3 free spins guaranteed)

Interestingly, there is no typical scatter symbol in the game. The favourite free spin feature is awarded by the Blue Urn. Then, depending on the level count for the Paranormal meter in Free Spins, Massive Wilds are added to the reels once free spins are over. Stay focused as the Massive Wilds feature has as many as 22 levels!

About Quickspin

Quickspin has been on the market since 2012. Established in Sweden, the developer has built its success on top-quality gaming products, attracting casino players from all over the world.

Most famous for its immersive pokies, the game producer was acquired by Playtech in 2016 and has operated as its subsidiary ever since. Regardless of this merger, Quickspin’s games have retained particularly distinctive and have never lost the special feel.

Quickspin software provider have been awarded the Social Gaming Supplier Of The Year and Mobile Gaming Software Supplier Of The Year in 2014 and 2015. Such titles only confirm the studio’s high position in the industry, as well as its great standards that many game producers can be jealous of.

Although Quickspin can boast with tens of amazing pokies, the most popular and loved title from this studio is definitely Big Bad Wolf. For years, it’s been one of the most often picked titles in online casinos – no wonder why NZ players constantly search for free spin bonuses on this particular pokie

Who knows, maybe soon Ghost Glyph will become as famous as Big Bad Wolf? The new pokie will be available at the beginning of September – keep your eyes wide opened and try it out soon!

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