One of the games proposed by RTG for the summer of 2019, Mermaid's Pearls is a slot with a big layout and with pretty graphics, mostly revolving around beautiful mermaids and various sea shells. Using real photos of beautiful models costumed as mermaids, and gorgeous graphics everywhere else, it’s a memorable game for that reason alone, but it doesn’t do badly in the other areas either.
Designed as a slot machine with a focus on the Mexican Day of the Dead, The Mariachi 5 is by no means a unique game story wise, yet it’s designed in RTG’s own way, and it can be enjoyable to look at. With high rewards offered as well, The Mariachi 5 is actually quite an interesting option for most players.
Fans of the Wild West get a new slot machine which seems dedicated to them, and it’s called Trigger Happy. This is a slot machine that comes via Realtime Gaming, and it’s got excellent graphics, plenty of paylines for wins to form on, as well as two progressive jackpots that could trigger at any time.
Fire Dragon is the third slot game to be made available in the Jackie Chan series, which is offered by Real Time Gaming. They’ve come up with several excellent slot machines for this branded series, and with rewards of up to 50,000x the line bet mentioned, I’m sure you will find reasons to check it out even if you’re not into martial arts films.
When it comes to the slot machine industry, 99% of what you’re going to see at online casinos will mostly be the same, just with changed graphics and different math models. Cubee, an Real Time Gaming slot, belongs to that other 1% of games which challenge the way you think about them. Featuring orbital reels and potential to pay quite big, this slot could very well be one of those exciting titles that you just need to check out and see what they’re like.
A name that is well known in China, Wu Zetian was the first empress that the country had in its very long history, and she was also the only one to hold this honor. This was a long time ago, she was a member of the Tang dynasty, and now we get a little bit of that history in slot machine form, so that we can enjoy. Thanks to RTG, we get the chance to do just that.
Released by RTG as the Chinese Year of the Pig begins, it’s obvious what kind of theme you can expect from this game. The slot delivers excellent Chinese-style graphics, with the pig being the obvious focus of its attention. There are some decent features to be had inside, so you should be able to find something interesting for you in it.
Part of one of the most popular slot machine series, particularly from RTG’s collection, Naughty or Nice III is out and it’s of course dedicated to those looking at Christmas and wishing for a more fun game to play. Once again, we get Santa enjoying himself, next to two gorgeous women, while Mrs. Santa doesn’t seem to be happy at all about it. This promises to be a great choice for a lot of players, this upcoming holiday season.
Treasures are often the focus for Chinese themed game, as are for Western ones as well, and the slot from RTG that we’re checking out today is no different. Plentiful Treasure uses the same gold and red rich color scheme that most Chinese titles seem to have, and it ends up looking very good. It goes beyond that though, and the slot has a lot to offer in other areas as well.
As each Halloween approaches, a wave of new slot machines is released, usually using witches, vampires and all sorts of other scary creatures, even zombies. This isn’t a typical zombie themed game though, taking the action to Ancient China and having martial artists of the time fighting these dangerous creatures. It’s also a game from RTG.
It’s quite an unusual theme for a game that’s offering only 3x3 reels, but Scuba Fishing isn’t just about fishing underwater, it’s also about using ways to win and several good features. It’s miles ahead of most 3 reel titles, and for that alone I’d recommend you check it out, even before we get to everything else it can offer. You should also know that it’s an RTG release.
Stardust’s title might suggest it, but don’t expect to find a space themed game here. Instead, RTG created a magical land populated with fairies, butterflies and crystals, a very enjoyable game that combines good visuals with exciting features.
Ancient Gods is all about the mythology of China, a type of theme that seems to be in fashion lately, as there are a lot of developers that put out this sort of slot machines. There isn’t anything to complain about though, as the graphics are top notch in this new RTG release.
With the help of Secret Jungle, you will get to travel deep into the Amazonian jungle from South America, discovering long-lost temples of the now gone Mayan civilization. This is RTG’s slot machine, a game that they’ve released in June 2018.
One of the many Asian themed games that have been coming from RTG lately, Tian Di Yuan Su will focus on the five elements, the ones that represent the different aspects of nature, at least the way the Chinese see them. The Sun and the Moon are also two major contributors to the theme and the design of this slot.
San Guo Zheng Ba is another of the epic stories being told in the form of a slot machine, one of quite a few such titles which are offered by RTG. The game’s story revolves around an emperor that’s losing power and the generals that are trying to dethrone him. If you know RTG, then you can figure out that it will be a fun slot machine to play.
Featuring rainbows and Chinese gods, Cai Hong isn’t quite the typical Asian theme that you will find in other games. Translated from Chinese, the game’s title means “rainbow”, and so that’s the angle that they went for and which makes it special. The game originates from RTG.
Lucha Libre 2 is the second Mexican Wrestling slot machine that we’re getting from RTG and based on its title it’s going to be obvious that it’s also a sequel for another game of theirs. Once again, we get a comedy style slot with luchadores in the main roles and with plenty of features for players to enjoy.
Eagle Shadow Fist, a Realtime Gaming slot machine, has been designed with a branded theme at its basis, though not one that you’d expect to find in a modern title. It’s based on a 1973 film, which had Jackie Chan starring in one of the roles, as a Chinese rebel that is fighting against The Japanese occupants, during World War II.