$ £

Wizard Gaming releases improved software suite

Wizard Gaming, the Isle of Man registered online gambling software developer that has attracted surpisingly few licensees despite an appealing and mainly slot inventory, has launched version 5 of its software. The upgrade carries fresh functionality and new games.

New functions include:

  • Autoplay will now resume after bonus and free spins features have completed.
  • Groove City and Rocket Girl display a Cash + Bonus popup when the player hovers over the payout area on the bottom left of the screen - an innovation that will be added to all games in future.
  • The Cashier now prompts players to accept or decline bonus offers.
  • Minor improvements to the Cashier, Registration and Game History user interface.
  • Blackjack animations improved.
  • Blackjack keyboard shortcuts updated for greater usability and quicker play.

New games include:

Groove City

  • a 20 line, 10 coin video slot
  • 15,000 coin jackpot
  • Expanding wild with 2x multiplier
  • 3 separate Bonus Games
  • Free Spins round with selection feature with up to 22 free spins, and up to a 7x multiplier
  • Free Spins can be re-triggered during Free Spins rounds

Rocket Girl

  • 25 line, 10 coin video slot
  • 50,000 coin jackpot
  • Expanding wild
  • 3 stage bonus round
  • Free Spins round with selection feature with up to 30 free spins, and up to a 6x multiplier
  • Free Spins and Bonus feature can be re-triggered during Free Spins rounds

Jacks or Better Video Poker

  • 1 hand, 1 deck
  • Normal and Fast modes
  • Auto-Hold
  • Winning hands are animated on the paytable
  • Cards that are part of the winning hand are highlighted

Bahamas Blackjack

  • European rules blackjack
  • 2 decks, no peek, Blackjack pays 3:2, split any 10 value cards, dealer stands on all 17
  • Bahamas themed, with a relaxing ocean-side mood

All Star Slots is carrying the new software - for now. The website has previously advised that it is switching to RealTime Gaming software in the near future.

A Wizard Gaming spokesman said that other venues would soon use the software: "Discussions are well underway with new operators and we hope to make announcements soon as brands go live in the coming weeks," he said.

Source: InfoPowa News

Share this