Online gaming software platform Odobo has announced that it has come to a content agreement with Canadian developer Old Skool Games, and will offer their games to casinos as a result.
The first game being ported over to Odobo is Epic City, a 5 reel video slot that features Zeppelins and a variety of features including Free Spins, Win Multipliers, and a Gamble Feature.
Commenting on the deal Odobo Partner Success Manager Glen Bullen said, “This slot game uses progressive story-driven elements and combines them with richly detailed graphics. The team should rightly be proud of this game, which has already been licensed by bet365 and Unibet for real-money play.”
Old Skool Studios Executive Producer Mike McGraw also commented, saying: “The Odobo Developer Program has allowed us to build this highly ambitious HTML5 game to Flash quality and focus on delivering our vision of building out our own game portfolio."
“Whether a player is using iOS, Android or Windows and whether they want to play on desktop, mobile or tablet, we’ve developed one client that services that choice.”
Old Skool Games was founded in 2009 and is based in Canada, putting out a series of software that has to this point resembled prototypes.