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Swedish casino game developer Net Ent has announced that they've ported over the vast majority of their games to HTML5 format, junking out the Flash versions of the game.
The move comes as many casino browsers are dropping support for the Flash format in favor of HTML5, which uses fewer resources and offers more compatibility. HTML5 also is used for mobile versions of games, which can then be used on smartphones and tablets. Net Ent has also used the format to update older games to support smaller screen devices.
Speaking about the decision Net Ent Chief Product Officer Henrik Fagerlund said, "This is an exciting time as we expand our technological reach and it is crucial we are able to give players the chance to keep playing their favourite games. We just recently released upgrades for four of our classic titles: Dracula, Jackpot 6000, Excalibur, Spellcast."
"Given the growth of mobile gaming, we have to continue establishing ourselves as an industry leader by making these advancements and moving with the times."