Hear the eloquent melody of big wins in The Guardian God: Heimdall’s Horn

December 8, 2022 | Sarah Blackburn

The latest Norse-themed slot from Apparat Gaming sees players protect the gates of Asgard in return for great riches

Apparat Gaming, the developer of slots with a German accent, has taken a Nordic legend and turned it into a game that delivers untold riches to those that dare to enter the realm of Asgard.

The Guardian God: Heimdall’s Horn sees players join Heimdall, the ever-vigilant defender of Asgard. He keeps watch at the gates, standing in front of the rainbow bridge that leads into the kingdom of the gods.

His senses are constantly heightened. He sleeps less than a bird, can see ants crawling in the neighbouring mountain day or night, and can even hear grass sprouting in the ground.

Players are encouraged to join Heimdall and his powerful god companions to keep watch over Asgard. This includes the valiant Valkyrie with his golden-maned horse and almighty sword.

Of course, Heimdall also has his gigantic horn which produces an eloquent melody but can also help players reach the riches of Asgard. When three or more Horn symbols land on the reels, the gates open and the Free Games start.

If that wasn’t enough, winnings are doubled during Free Spins which can easily be retriggered. The Guardian God: Heimdall’s Horn sits at the medium to high end of the volatility scale.

Martin Frindt, Chief Product Officer of Apparat Gaming, said: “The Guardian God: Heimdall’s Horn is set to become just as legendary as the Nordic tale that it is based on.

“This is combined with thrilling gameplay that sees players join Heimdall in his quest to keep watch over Asgard. Of course, they will be rewarded by the sound of Heimdall’s Horn, which triggers the Free Spins where prizes are doubled.

“This really is a Norse slot like no other, and that’s because it is a Norse slot with a German accent.”

The Guardian God: Heimdall’s Horn has been certified for launch in core regulated markets including the UK, Denmark, the Netherlands, Greece, Bulgaria, Isle and Man, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and of course Germany.