Microgaming Announces The Games Which Will Be Released in March

With titles being offered both by their independent studio partners and by various other developers that are available on their platform, Microgaming has quite a few games to announce for March 2020.

This month, we’re looking at a wide variety of content coming from Microgaming, and covering a lot of different themes, including retro based options, Irish, slots, but also plenty of titles which bring around new types of mechanics. The end result is an immersive experience for players.

First, we look at a Triple Edge Studios release, called Attack on Retro. It’s an exclusive title on Microgaming’s platform, and it’s a slot with a retro theme. The action takes place in a city with a retro vibe and with cyberpunk style heroes in the two main roles. Their names are Jesse and Billy, and they have to defend their city against the attacks of robots. The game can pay very well, even 5,000x the stake, all while bringing along a small piece of the 80s via its graphics. It has 5x3 reels, 10 active lines, and on the reels you will discover a variety of gadgets and cool effects, while gameplay wise it relies on random or stacked wilds, to mention just two possible options.

Next, there is the slot machine called 9 Pots of Gold, which is created by another of their partners, Gameburger Studios. It’s the same developer that brought us games like Break da Bank Again Respin or 9 Masks of Fire. The release date for this one is on March 10th, just before St Patrick’s Day. The game has a Pot Pays system, a Free Spin Wheel, free games, along with a setup that has 5x3 reels & 20 lines. Obviously, it’s also Irish themed.

A new Blackjack game will be released as well, an exclusive title which will be available in Spain to start with, on March 5th. It’s called Classic Blackjack: Six Deck, and it’s the seventh title in the Blackjack series that this studio has been working on. It relies on a brand new engine, it has all the usual side bet options, and it manages to offer fluid gameplay and interesting sounds and animations.

Moving on, we get another slot on March 24th, called Treasure Skyland. This one’s offered by Just For The Win, and it’s another exclusive to Microgaming’s platform. We’re going to the skies, where we discover floating islands and a crew of pirate monkeys which are looking for treasures. From its Pick Bonus, to Symbol Upgrades and Win Multipliers, you will find plenty of good features inside.

Two different new games are set to come from Rabcat in March, with the first one released on the 5th (Treasure Heroes), while the second will launch on the 31st (Mining Fever). The first one has medium volatility, a theme which takes us into a fantasy world, and a setup with cluster pays coming via 5x5 reels.  As its big features, I’d mention the free spins and the Moving Wall mechanic. As for the second slot, it’s called Mining Fever, and it offers 243 ways to win on 5x3 reels, along with all sorts of cool features (Dwarven Gold Train, Bombur’s Dwarven Bomb, Thundar’s Dwarven Hammer and Driler’s Dwarven Drill).

The list of games which will be coming to Microgaming continues with those that are being released by their main content partners. Throughout March, we will be seeing new slots from about 8 different developers. First, we have Alchemy Blast on March 9th, from Skillzzgaming. On March 11th we’re getting Irish Love, from 1x2 Gaming. March 12th has three different slots launching, with Amazon Gold and Kanga Cash Extra from Ainsworth, along with Gladiator Arena from Booming Games. March 16th, we’re getting 2by2 Gaming’s Wild Krakatoa, while on the 19th we’re looking at Twice the Diamonds, the third Ainsworth slot of the month. March 23rd, Big Time Gaming is launching White Rabbit. Finally, on the 26th, we’re getting both Hot Cross Bunnies Pull Tab from Realistic Games, and Jessica Weaver Queen of the Seas from MGA.

According to James Buchanan, the Global Operations Director from Microgaming, the company is excited about being able to add a strong selection of games to their roadmap, to benefit their players during the coming year. Some games are exclusive, while others are not. In March, there are games for all tastes, at all volatility levels and with a lot of variety when it comes to features and potential experiences.