InBet expands slot portfolio with Aladdin’s Lamp and Pirate Cave

InBet expands slot portfolio with Aladdin’s Lamp and Pirate Cave

by 26.06.2017 0 comments

Eastern Europe focused B2B lottery, betting and gaming provider InBet Games has announced the release of two new slot games, Aladdin’s Lamp and Pirate Cave.

The new releases, which form part of InBet’s iGaming solution Happy™, expands its portfolio to more than 50 classic slots and 41 HTML5-ready games.

Unveiled in October 2016, Happy provides a working interface for 11 key languages, an easy processing feature supporting all major online payment methods, and an any scale feature with a built-in partnership network constituting a tree-like structure for expanding businesses.

Based on the world of Medieval Middle Eastern treasure hunters, players on Aladdin’s Lamp have praised the slot’s “double or nothing option”, whereby you pick one of the hidden cards and hope it is of a higher value than the one exposed by the vender.

Meanwhile, the five-reel Pirate Cave takes the player on another “treasure-hunting adventure” with multiple chests for base games, wilds, bonus games, or a super bonus game. The slot also features nine paylines and a maximum jackpot of 500,000 coins.

Pavel Korolev, business development director for Inbet Games, said: “Slots are at the heart of every gaming hall, either physical or online. Every spin of colourful reels fascinates and thrills the player, keeping them enchanted until they reach either the bottom of their wallet or the magical pot of gold. To keep the sorcery alive, here at InBet Games we relentlessly refine both the exterior and the mechanics of our slots to make them even more engaging.

“With HTML5 responsiveness, HD graphics and high-quality animations, our slots are the new incarnation of the classic format. Each game is equipped with a mobile optimization engine, tasked to adjust screen resolution and optimize the gaming process for better mobile performance. This ensures players’ engagement and keeps the batteries of their gadgets alive for a longer time.”

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