Gaining licenses to allow casino games to operate in regulated markets is usually a stumbling block for many up-and-coming brands, yet they were afforded somewhat of a shortcut by Yggdrasil. The established slots development company quickly spotted the talents of Peter & Sons and invited them into a partnership that would see the company become the latest to join the YG Masters Program. This allows Peter & Son titles to gain valuable exposure at online casinos hosted in the UK and across Europe.
Peter & Sons have attracted plenty of attention, and not just from online casinos and other studios that want to work with them. The company was nominated for the Slot Studio Debut 2021 at the CasinoBeats Game Developer Awards. That nomination was because of the release and feedback of the first slot developed as part of the YG Master’s program from Yggdrasil. The slot was Johnan Legendarian, ironically the first slot developed in collaboration with Yggdrasil since the partnership began.
To date, Peter & Sons have developed 18 slots and have another close to release. Most are your standard pay line slots that offer anywhere between 8 and 40 pay lines, but the company has also developed several ways-to-win slots too. The firm has created slots with 243, 1,024, and even 4,099 ways-to-win. Generally, the slots RTPs fall around the 96% range, which is the average in the slots industry. In terms of volatility, Peter & Sons realise that the current trend is for highly volatile slots that might not pay out regularly, but when they do, will pay out big.
An example of one of the company’s high variance slots is Robin: Nottingham Raiders, a graphically impressive video slot that could payout 121,500x the total bet staked. In fact, that is one of Peter & Sons most successful slots to date. It is found at many online casinos across the UK and Europe. Other popular titles, include Cauldron, a volatile 10 pay line slot that has a betting range of $0.10 to 50.00. Plus, that slot contains fantastic bonus features including free spins, multipliers, a bonus game, super spins, and wild symbols.
Peter & Sons create medium and even low volatility slots too, just not as much. Zombies at the Door is an excellent example of a medium variance slot. It offers 20 pay lines, a bunch of innovative bonus features, and a top payout of 9500x the bet. Other slots we recommend include Sheriff Colt, Call of Kora, and the excellent 4,09 ways-to-win slot called Sherwood Marauders. The latter lets you wager for as low as $0.10 and gives you the potential of walking away with a 35,000x payout.
Below is the full catalogue of video slots developed by Peter & Sons:
- Johnan Legendarian (10 Paylines)
- Sheriff Colt (10 paylines)
- D’Cirque (25 Paylines)
- Kaiser (40 Paylines)
- Robin: Nottingham Raiders (20 Paylines)
- Cauldron (20 Paylines)
- The Mafioso (243 Ways-to-Win)
- Sherwood Marauders (4,096 Ways-to-Win)
- Zombies at the Door (20 Paylines)
- Wild Bard (8 Paylines)
- Rome the Conquerors (1,024 Ways-to-Win)
- Punch Club (25-paylines)
- Abe’s Salon (20 Paylines)
- Call of Kora (10 Paylines - Pays Both Ways)
- Filthy Pirates (4,096 Ways-to-Win)
- Book of Seth (10 Paylines)
- Precious 7 (25 Paylines)
- Rock n Roll Zeus (10 Paylines)
Hammer of Gods will be the next to find its way into Peter & Sons’ portfolio of highly entertaining video slots. This game is currently in development and is expected to hit the online casinos imminently.
Once you have witnessed some of the work that Peter & Sons has done, it is difficult not to get excited about the company’s future. Yggdrasil is a company never slow to spot fantastic talent, and they will now benefit from what Peter & Sons is capable of. If the company could one day get their own licensing, we think it will catapult them among some of the big-name developers currently operating in the iGaming industry. This is certainly one of the best up-and-coming studios around at the moment and we expect them to grow into a prominent development company in the next few years.