Microgaming is treating us once again with a classic slot theme, though this time they mixed the Art Nouveau style with the usual 7s and Bar logos, making it an interesting release at least from this point of view. It does even better feature wise, despite the fact that this isn’t the sort of thing that you’d expect to get from a classic.
The Playboy franchise expands with one more title that is going to be available at Microgaming casinos. Playboy Gold, because that’s the name of the newly announced slot machine, is a game that a new developer, Triple Edge Studios, is designing under license for Microgaming, and it’s only the first of many to be coming from this company.
Deco Diamonds is a game with both common and unique elements in its construction, the classic theme providing the former, while the Art Deco style design and features are in the latter camp. This is a slot machine which comes from JFTW, a developer that creates titles exclusively for Microgaming, the company in whose collection you will discover this game.
Offered by Microgaming, Lucky Little Gods is a slot machine that has been released just in time for the Chinese New Year, in a time where people from that part of the world might enjoy something like this. It’s based on the stories and mythology of China and it shows off the local gods of fortune, in an Anime style design that looks quite appropriate.
Wacky Panda is one of the simpler slot machines that Microgaming has announced lately, yet at the same time it manages to offer a better design and theme than 99% of the classic slot machines that we’re seeing on the market right now.
Microgaming has released Holly Jolly Penguins in December 2017, so it shouldn’t be a big surprise for anyone that this is one of their Christmas themed titles. It’s one of my favorites out of their collection of festive games, being built around a team of seven cute penguins that are preparing to host their own celebrations.
Highlander is set to be released on December 6th, 2017, and it is a slot machine that is offered by Microgaming. The company has obtained the rights for a slot machine based on the 80s film back at the beginning of the year, and now they’re ready to release it.
Phantom of the Opera is a game that is coming via Microgaming and The Really Useful Group, the former being the developer that’s creating the slot machine, while the latter is the company that owns the rights to the 2004 musical that inspired it. The original musical that they’re all based on is the one from 1968 thought.
Microgaming’s Tasty Street takes us to a different side of Japan, one that is not often advertised. It appears to be themed around a red light district from a Japanese city, a place where a man might go to have a good time next to some half-naked women (shown here drawn in Anime style).
King Tusk is a game that you can find at Microgaming casinos, being one of their own slot machines. This game has an African elephant theme and a mix of features that I found to be rather impressive in their complexity.
Monster Wheels is part of the 2017 collection of slot machines that Microgaming released, a title that was slated for launch in October. The theme that it’s got going has a mix of Hot Wheels cars and monsters that drive them in a race, and the combination between the two got us the Monster Wheels title. The slot has the 5 reels that you’d expect, but they come in two different versions, and so there are two modes to play in as well, with 128 or 288 ways to win. Among the features that the game used, you will find wilds, multipliers, free spins and scatter symbols, which are all typical for modern slots.