The most recent announcement made by Microgaming lets us know that they will launch two new titles in February, and that they will be made available to both desktop and mobile, and that they will have in-game achievements and free games for players.
The first of the two games is going to be Dragon Dance, and it is expected to be made available to players starting from February 8th, the same day as the New Year of the Chinese. It’s going to be a modern layout you have inside, with the 243 ways to win arranged on a 5 reel setup. There are a lot of great visuals, with rich images involved and with dancing dragon or lion costumes used by actors. Red and Gold are the two major colors which are used in the game.
Among the features of Dragon Dance, there will be the round of 15 free spins for example, triggered as usual with assistance from a minimum of three scatters. With tripled wins, and with a chance to retrigger free games, this feature looks like a very interesting part of Dragon Dance. As for the base game, it has its own cool things to give you, such as the respins that you can use if you’re willing to pay for them.
Bikini Party is the second title slotted for release in February. It’s a different kind of fun that you can expect from it, a bit more light-hearted and focused on the action from a volleyball game taking place on the beach. The soundtrack is going to enhance the bold graphics, giving us a game that’s truly fit for a beach party. The Reel Respins are part of this game as well, and they can be used by players that are willing to risk in the hopes of getting a better reward. The free spins can deliver payouts of 60,000 credits. This game will have a system of 243 ways to win, used on 5 reels of 3 icons each.
Both games will be launched on February 3rd, at casino operators that use either Quickfire or Microgaming platforms. They will be available on mobile platforms, via Flash or by download.
The announcement from Microgaming was accompanied by a statement from Neill Whyte, about how they are committed to keep launching games this way, in pairs, and about how they will allow players to choose which one they prefer when they want to be entertained.