he new slot engine, with support for advanced odds tables and built-in bonus games, was developed by G2’s Game Studio group which is well-known for innovation and creative design. Mystic Island, the first game to be built on the new slot engine, is inspired by the “Lost” television series. Like all new games to be built on this engine, it has in-game bonus rounds and features like “Cascading Slot Symbols", crazy wilds with multipliers and "interactive spin stops", enabling the player to enhance the game experience.
“The new slot engine means that we can experiment more and add new features to our games,” said Dominic Mansour, Head of Gaming Products. “We can go outside the box and are not so bound to the reel patterns and traditional way we built slot games before.”
“This software release and the first new game are just a taste of what’s to come in future game design. The new engine gives us the freedom to turn our wildest ideas into interactive games,” said Mikael Hjalmarson, Senior Casino Engineer at G2’s Game Studio.
The new software has been reviewed by eCOGRA, the non-profit London-based player protection and standards organization, and now bears their Certified Software Seal of approval. The association has a particular emphasis on fair and responsible gambling and is synonymous with the highest industry levels of fair and responsible gaming, professional conduct and superior operating standards.
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