Game developer Evoplay Entertainment has unveiled a collection of classic games in celebration of time-honored casino traditions – developed with an entirely new tech-first approach.
Created using the latest in mobile gaming software, the studio is ready to unveil one of the industry’s most advanced retro-based series, designed to work flawlessly across global markets, no matter the device.
Offering a scintillating selection of timeless titles for all player types, the studio's catalog includes the immersive Ice Mania, replete with soft neon lighting to create an authentic casino experience, as well as Fruit Nova and Fruit Super Nova.
As an additional highlight, Evoplay Entertainment’s exhilarating suite of classic releases is set to culminate in the upcoming launch of Unlimited Wishes.
The game’s beautiful Oriental-style design features fruit symbols, a magic lamp, and an enchanting Genie, whose Wild-symbol magic can trigger Respins and big wins.
Ivan Kravchuk, CEO at Evoplay Entertainment, said:
“We’re giving punters the chance to enjoy the retro slot experience on the move, with our classic collection of time-honored titles to celebrate the original casino themes that RNG-gaming fans know and love across the globe.
“Deploying the latest in state-of-the-art in-game technology, our catalog is 100% mobile adaptive – exactly what other suppliers lack while developing classic slots. Our vision was to provide players with a unique entertainment experience that features the best of all worlds – and I can’t wait to see what they make of it.”
Evoplay Entertainment’s classic collection will also deploy the studio’s cutting-edge game engine, Spinential. Delivering load-times that are 10x faster for regions lacking connectivity, it also enables an enhanced UI, auto spin feature, and game history mobile bar, allowing players to review each winning spin.
The award-winning studio’s catalog joins a high-tech portfolio of more than 100 slots, table, and instant games, comprising other recent favorites including Treasure Mania, Wild Bullets, and Pachin Girl.
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