Check Out The Five New Games Microgaming is Just About to Release!
People don't seem to take summer vacations very seriously at Microgaming, as the game development giant just announced the imminent release of five new great games, three of which will hit all the top Microgaming casinos already in August.
"There's no summer hiatus at Microgaming, as we prepare to release three diverse games to our operators [in August]," the company's Head of Product Channels Neill Whyte explained.
The first new game to hit Microgaming-powered casinos all around the world is Karaoke Party, a 5x3 reel, nine payline online slots where the players can enjoy the fun of karaoke as well as wins of up to 150,000 credits.
The game includes a gamble feature that allows players to 4x their winnings and also a Free Spins feature with 3x wins that begins every time three scatter symbols appear on the reels.
The next game in line is Monkey Keno, a new title that Microgaming defines as a "tropical game, with vibrant colours and fitting sounds, that will be the perfect addition to an operators’ portfolio."
Monkey Ken promises wins for up to 10,000x the bet and features a dynamic paytable that changes according to the bets placed by the players.
The last title to be released in August is Frozen Diamonds, a game that the game development company promises "will bring a bit of coolness to the summer heat."
This five-reel video slots with twenty paylines is not your usual slot machine game since "the base game is driven by falling win symbols instead of traditional reels," Microgaming explains.
"Symbols that make up a winning bet line detonate and trigger the Bonus Fall features, where all gaps arising from prior wins are filled with more falling symbols." What's even better, is that as soon as a player hits a win during the second bonus fall, they are immediately awarded 10 free spins to boost the cash prize.
"What's more," Whyte continued, "we have a number of exciting games launching in the next couple of months, including Jungle Jim – El Dorado in September and the highly-anticipated Dragonz later in the year."