Casino Software Companies Moving Ahead
When it comes to the Casino Software, everybody seems to always only be talking about Microgaming, Playtech or IGT. However, there are a lot of smaller online developers out there that are producing scorching titles and developing awesome Casino Software platforms, which would give any of the big three a run for their money. This week, Harry Casino announced the launch of several new online slots for their domain, and these included a number of smaller scale companys video slots to go live.
First up was Wild Gambler: Arctic Adventure. This video slot has been designed by Ash Gaming as the second of their Wild Gambler series of titles. The unique feature in this title is the Lock & Spin feature, which will allow players to lock wilds down (with an increased multiplier) for the next, spin, albeit at an increased cost. The extra cost really depends on how valuable the symbols you lock are.
The second new slot to make its way to this week is a Quick-Spin powered title. Treasure Island is naturally a pirate themed title. The video slot offers a Pirate Attack round, where players can shoot three cannonballs into the reels to make them wild, and if you manage to strike a cannonball into a barrel, a bucket load (or should that be, barrel-load) of wilds shoot out across the screen. The stacked wilds feature is therefore very valuable in this video slot. Other impressive wilds include super wilds, locked barrel wilds, extra wilds and more.
Although also runs a number of Microgaming, Net Entertainment, and Playtech titles, it is really nice to see some of the less established Casino Software developer games coming to the forefront, in a month which has been dominated by similar smaller group, WMS Gaming games, appearing all over the online gaming world.
Both of these new titles are great fun to play, with the latter slightly more enjoyable and utilizing marginally better graphics, but both offer a crucial alternative to some of the more established Casino Software titles which are doing the rounds this month.