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Yggdrasil and Jelly have launched the first chapter of an exciting adventure based on classic tales in latest collaboration, Fury of Hyde Megaways™.

The inaugural title in Jelly’s Curious Cases series, Fury of Hyde Megaways™, is inspired by the iconic story of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and takes players on a mysterious quest through the cobbled streets of London.

Featuring cascading symbols following every Megaways™ win, this title can offer up epic rewards with its highly volatile HYDE Super Spin. With the possibility of being triggered on any spin, this feature can remove symbols, increases the multiplier and boosts the minimum Megaways™, all in one incredible super spin.

Land four bonus symbols and the Free Spins mode kicks into gear with even more HYDE Super Spin triggers and an increasing multiplier for incredibly big win potential.

Part of the YG Masters portfolio, the title is powered by GATI, Yggdrasil’s state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to consistently produce cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.

Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product & Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “Fury of Hyde Megaways™ is a fantastic addition to our YG Masters portfolio, marrying the popular mechanic with a great storyline and beautifully presented and eye-catching art.

Offering huge win potential, the game will appeal to fans of Megaways™ and anyone looking for an exciting adventure with well-known characters. We can’t wait for the next chapter of the Curious Cases series from Jelly.”

Victoria Newbolt, Marketing Lead at Jelly, said:Fury of Hyde Megaways™ is a title we are extremely proud of and it’s a great way to introduce players to our Curious Cases series that will take players on exciting slot journeys inspired by tales, legends and myths.

“Boosted by Megaways™, we have delivered a truly thrilling and innovative game in Fury of Hyde Megaways™, with an arsenal of elements to keep players entertained.”