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Instant win betting game developer Glück Games has announced that they've partnered with LottoInteractive Inc. to launch the new game StarMatch, which mixes popular puzzle game mechanics with scratchcards.
The game lets players play a puzzle game to earn stars, which are tabulated at the end of the round. The puzzle game sees players matching symbols in an attempt to create combos, which award extra star symbols. Those star symbols then translate to spots on a scratch card, which pays out when you match money symbols.
StarMatch will be made available for both desktop and mobile devices and will be offered at sites that offer Glück Games content.
Speaking about the game's launch Glück Games CEO Robert Lenzhofer said, "As an iGaming developer with a focus upon the 'casual real-money gaming' crossover, we are very excited to introduce the skill-based playing experience that Star Match provides to our ever-increasing player base."
LottoInteractive CEO Brian Ward also commented, noting: "We are delighted to work with such an innovative partner as Glück Games, and to bring the North American success of Star Match to much larger European audiences, offering a skill-based experience and mobile game mechanics that younger audiences have come to love."