November will always be one of the more important months on the online casino calendar. Halloween has just passed and Christmas is right around the corner, which means players can expect a slew of new online slot games to soon arrive. Making sure that players have plenty to get their teeth stuck into this November, it seems like popular developers International Game Technology (IGT) and Play’n GO have been hard at work. From the TV show themed Wheel of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin to the 1980s arcade inspired Rage to Riches, it seems that online casino portals of the world are going to be showcasing a selection of brand new games soon. The following delves a little deeper into what both developers are set to unveil in the coming weeks.
IGT Spins the Wheel
Leading the line when it comes to brand new real-money slot releases from IGT is Wheel of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin. The name will immediately be familiar to players, largely as the show Wheel of Fortune is shown around the world. While there have been plenty of licensed slot games released under the name in the past, none are quite as intense as this. In an attempt to take the licence in a new direction, IGT have created Wheel of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin. Available for both desktop and mobile devices, the game looks to put a new twist on the classic concept.
Speaking on the release of Wheel of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin, IGT Senior Vice President of Global Product Marketing Matteo Monteverdi said, “Earlier this year we decided that we wanted to breath new life into the Wheel of Fortune slot game franchise, and through Wheel of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin we feel that we have done just that. Standin...
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...mes based on the 1980s, but as far as quality goes it has been a hit and miss affair. iSoftBet are no slouches when it comes to development, which is exactly what the release of Neon Reels symbolises. Soon to be available at online casinos such as Video Slots Casino, this bright and boisterous title is undoubtedly a unique visual experience. Players that like their games to carry an alternative feel are going to love this.
As the release of Neon Reels looms large, iSoftBet Sales and Business Development Manager Luci Apostolou said, “The release of Neon Reels showcases the expert skills of our development team to a tee”. He also spoke on the company’s approach, “We have been watching observantly for some time and feel we have cracked the code with the release of Neon Reels”. Judging by what has been seen, no other game quite jumps off the screen quite like Neon Reels.
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