Thu, Jul 4, 4:23pm by Staff Writer
Twin Casino has announced the release of its first online slot game, Banana Odyssey, created in partnership with Slingshot Studios, exclusively for Microgaming.
Calvin Ayre reports that for the next eight weeks, players will be able to play Banana Odyssey exclusively at twin.com.
Staring two Astro-chimps, Chip and Buck, this intergalactic adventure will take you to the Banana Planet, a faraway place packed with enormous riches and big wins.
This is a feature-rich game with expanding wilds, re-spins and free spins, making for exciting gameplay.
This 5×3 reel slot can be played from either side and players can get rewarded with different features depending on which side they play from.
Banana Odyssey reinvents the space-themed slot variety with its astro-chimp race towards the massive banana winnings.
It comes with fun bonus features, wins of up to 400x, RTP exceeding 95 per cent and regular features with medium volatility.
The head of casino at Twin’s Kasper Bach said, “This slot is a testament to Twin’s continuing progress to further strength ourselves in an ever-growing competitive market.
“In an attempt to create the “ultimate slot” Twin has combined players’ favourite features and we couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.”
“With special thanks to the guys at Slingshot Studios for making this dream slot as close to our idea as possible. It has been really exciting to work with them during this process and we can’t wait to share it with the rest of our customers!”
Since its launch in 2017, Twin has become widely acclaimed as one of the hottest casinos in the industry.
With their “twinifying” approach this casino doubles everything – bonuses, game choice and speed of payouts.
Twin is accredited and licenced by the Malta Gaming Authority and is current available in 5 languages.
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Live dealer gaming is set for a shake up thanks to Evolution Gaming, with two new live games launched in June.
Free Bet Blackjack and 2 Hand Casino Hold’em are the additions, which give Evolution Gaming the step up in its vast portfolio of poker tables and live blackjack offerings.
Founded in 2006, Evolution Gaming first authorised its mobile gaming platform, including live Casino Hold’em in 2012.
It is available in jurisdictions across the globe, including in Europe, New Jersey and Canada.
Free Bet Blackjack is the latest game to join Evolution’s vast family of live blackjack games.
It offers unlimited seats to its players at a single table, while featuring automatic free bets on hand-picked split and double down bets placed.
“Our Free Bet Blackjack is based on one of the most popular modern varieties of blackjack played in land-based casinos, so we are confident it will be a big hit with players,” Evolution Gaming’s chief product officers Todd Haushalter said in a press released on Friday.
Evolution Gaming has summed up the product as a single hand being dealt to all players, as in infinite blackjack.
The process is achieved with advanced software that combines the live dealing of physical and virtual cards directly to each individual player, irrespective of how many players are at the table at any given time.
Once the initial two cards have been dealt, each player is free to play their hand as they wish and make their own betting decisions.
“During each game round Free Double Down bets on two-card hard 9, 10, 11 total and free split bets on all pairs except 10s are automatically offered to the player whenever their hand qualifies.
The game also includes four optional side bets – any pairs, 21+3, Hot 3 and Bust It – and the Six Card Charlie rule.
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