Tue, Mar 19, 9:07am by Staff Writer
Microgaming was so impressed with their first-up offering to Slingshot Studios, that it has been asked to commission a second slot machine game.
The Zombie Hoard slot went live just a few days ago after the success of the Cash of Kingdoms slot.
Zombie Hoard slot is a standard five reel video slot offering just a 9 pay-line playing format and structure.
Unlike many other slot games that have been released recently, this slow is going to appeal to slow stake slot players according to Casino Chronicle.
The staking options can be adjusted to suit individual bankrolls, but being an action packed slot, there are plenty of bonus games and features waiting to be triggered.
Not only that, but Slingshot Studios have spared no expense in the design of the game.
It features graphics and animatics that are first class, as well as fitting sound effects for those that fancy playing with the volume turned up nice and loud.
Microgaming has a recent history of appeasing its clients with quality and unique offerings.
It was set to change the way punters play table games with independent game studio Switch Studios set to develop content exclusively for the online gaming supplier.
Microgaming casinos are all licensed out of respectable gambling jurisdictions and feature a broad array of deposit methods, making them ideal and user-friendly for most players.
They are renowned for their acceptance of a variety of currencies and providing excellent customer services, as well as their generous welcome bonuses and promotions.
There are plenty of titles to play, with a full collection of leading slots and casino games from this developer having over 500+ games for players to get to grips with.
— Gaming Post (@gamingpost_ca) March 15, 2019
Record-breaking progressive jackpot prizes and creative features such as randomly triggered bonuses are another way microgaming slots are delivering for punters.
Based in Ipswich in the United Kingdom, Switch Studios will develop table content including roulette, blackjack and other table game variants for microgaming customers.
Roulette is the first of a full suite of games developed by Switch Studios, with Blackjack to be unveiled in the coming months.
Switch’s take on the classic table game roulette features a realistic 3D roulette wheel with lifelike ball behaviours.
It is based on a brand new game engine and supports racetrack betting, favourites and special bets.
It has been specifically optimised for mobile and can be played in portrait and landscape modes, allowing players to switch dynamically for an immersive casino experience at the palm of their hands.
The Chief Executive Officer of Microgaming John Coleman said, “bringing Switch Studios into the fold ensures we have a dedicated resource for innovating and
enhancing our table games offering. The team have already demonstrated a facility for producing stylish and sophisticated casino games that are highly original and entertaining, and I am looking forward to developing this side of our range even further in the coming months.”
Slingshot Studios are game builders focused on enhancing successful slot game staple and innovating with fresh new features.
They are driven by bringing vibrant game experiences to players and their team comprises of industry talent with a flair for producing high-quality games, according to Microgaming.co.uk.
Slingshot Studios began to take shape in 2016, bringing together a crew of gambling industry veterans, new blood and everything in between.
They have illustration, animation, development, testing, composition, production and many more skills across their team.
The creative director of Slingshot Studios said of the company, “at Slingshot Studios, our energy and imagination push us forward. We love building games that people love to play, and we can’t wait to share them with Microgaming for their operators’ players to enjoy.
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