Microgaming Set to Release Three New Slots

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Isle of Man based casino game developer Microgaming has announced its February 2017 slot machine releases, as Secret Romance, Fruit vs Candy, and Rabcat's Classic 243 will be launched.

Fruit vs Candy is a 5 reel video slot that manages to mix in a series of fruit and candy symbols, while also bringing a slew of features such as free spins, wild symbols, scatters, and a max payout of 97,000 credits.

A video preview of the game can be seen here:

Secret Romance is a 5 reel slot that has a max win of 90,000 credits, free spins, win multipliers, and a romantic theme, which sees a bunch of Valentine's style symbols thrown in.

You can check out the trailer for the game here:

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Rabcat's Classic 243 is a classic style video slot, and has free spins and wild symbols for players. No trailer has been released for the game.

All three games will be available in both desktop and mobile formats, and will be launched sometime in February. Speaking about the games Microgaming's David Reynolds said, "Fruit vs Candy offers players a choice of two game modes, enabling them to pick the features they enjoy most. Whilst Secret Romance brings engaging gameplay features including mystery symbols and an increasing multiplier trail in free spins, which will really heighten the suspense and enjoyment. Rabcat also delivers a fun, vibrant slot in Classic 243, combining a great style of game with a novel free spins feature."

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27 January 2017 - 10:44pm
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It's time for Microgaming to get busy now, 3 new titles which is quite great for them I guess but I don'tt find any of them too attractive at least for now, I think NetEnt starts getting underhand in duel against Microgaming lately, or at least that's my feeling.