ReelPlay’s Infinity Reels engine (similar to NetEnt’s) has been slow to gain traction and we believe “grid reset fatigue” might be the cause. Yggdrasil has cleverly addressed this issue, much like Blueprint in their recent Viking Fury Spinfinity. Your winning streaks play out smoothly, adding more positions to the reels and possibly triggering a progressive win multiplier. However, as a high-volatility game, it can be challenging to get more than a few wins in a row. On the bright side, long winning streaks can result in substantial payouts, especially if you land a 6-of-a-kind win that initiates the progressive win multiplier. The reels can increase to give up to 6 positions per new reel, and neither the win multiplier nor reel size resets in the bonus round. The potential win of 38,837x is impressive, and we enjoyed testing Yggdrasil’s Candyfinity. You can activate the Golden Bet between any base game spin, costing 50% more per spin to keep it active. This increases your chances of a bonus round, but doesn’t affect the RTP or paytable. A 6-of-a-kind win with premium symbols pays between 1.25 and 10x your stake, and the Wild symbol can substitute any pay symbol to enhance wins. The Winning Streak feature triggers after each win, turning winning symbols sticky as the reels shift to the right. This process continues as long as you keep winning, with new reels having 4 positions instead of 3, and successive wins awarding 5 and 6 positions reels. A long enough winning streak can lead to all 6 reels having 6 positions, offering 46,656 ways to win and a progressive multiplier kicking in when you land a 6-symbol win. The multiplier starts at x2 and increases by +1 per consecutive win. Landing two scatters triggers the streak feature, even without a win. Everything resets between base game spins. The Bonus Round triggers upon landing 3, 4, 5, or 6 bonus scatters, giving 6, 8, 10, or 12 free spins respectively. Bonus symbols are collected during the winning streak feature in the base game, but not in the bonus round, meaning extra spins can’t be won. If you win less than the maximum 12 free spins, there’s a gamble option to risk the entire feature for a chance to win up to 12 free spins. The bonus round differs from the base game in that the extra positions and win multiplier never reset. Non-UK players can purchase the bonus round for 100x the stake, or pay 500x the stake to guarantee 15 free spins in the super version of the feature. We were reminded of Blueprint’s Viking Fury Spinfinity while playing Candyinfity by Yggdrasil. Both games effectively address the main issue with the Infinity Reels engine – “grid reset fatigue”. Yggdrasil’s approach of simply shifting the reels to the right and implementing a dynamic grid system that expands with consecutive winning streak spins is a better solution. The addition of a progressive win multiplier for 6-of-a-kind wins results in an engaging base game experience, though lengthy winning streaks may require patience. The candy world theme is well executed, but the game’s visuals are not particularly distinctive. The bonus round’s unchanging reel expansion and win multiplier increase your chances of reaching the impressive 38,837x potential win. Overall, Candyfinity is an excellent game and we look forward to seeing variations with different themes in the future.