Thunderstruck: Stormchaser Makes a Thunderous Entrance at EmuCasino

Microgaming and Stormcraft Studios’ long-running and beloved Norse mythology-themed slot series has returned, inviting players to join the legendary god of thunder on another epic quest.

Thunderstruck debuted all the way back in 2004, sending shockwaves through the slot game world as it grew a loyal following thanks to its high theoretical RTP and popular theme. Six years later, Microgaming surprised fans with the release of the game’s sequel, Thunderstruck II, which introduced exciting new features for players to enjoy.

To celebrate the 11th anniversary of Thunderstruck II, Microgaming partnered with Stormcraft Studios to release Thunderstruck: Wild Lightning which boasted improved graphics, more innovative gameplay features and the Link & Win system. Soon after, Thunderstruck II: Mega Moolah featuring Microgaming’s iconic Mega Moolah progressive jackpot system was released to give players more chances to strike it big.

Now, Thor is back for another mythic quest in Thunderstruck: Stormchaser with improved graphics, new characters and an electrifying new plot. This 5-reel, 1024-ways-to-win slot game follows Thor as he searches for Gungnir, his father’s sacred spear, and faces down his sister Thyra, goddess of wildstorms.

Players will get a buzz from the new innovative game features that make this game stand out from his predecessors. The base game is far from static with its Rolling Reels mechanic, Multiplier symbols and the return of the Wildstorm mechanic that keeps the game fresh and exciting.

In particular, Thunderstruck: Stormchaser shines during its bonus round with its unique Free Spins selection wheel which gives players a variable number of free spins, starting multipliers and Wildstorm tokens. When enough tokens are collected, the tempestuous Wildstorm feature is triggered, leading to a chance for up to five reels to be filled with Wild symbols.

Learn more about this striking new game on the Thunderstruck: Stormchaser launch page.

/Josh Brown
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