US online gaming supplier Spin Games is rolling out a selection of new online gaming and free-to-play products, including new multiplayer gaming solutions and 3D gaming technology products.
A number of new products will be displayed at the Global Gaming Exposition (G2E) in Las Vegas this week, including what Spin Games describes as an “industry-first” Multiplayer Interactive Gaming (MIG) product.
Developed using motion sensor technology coupled with Spin’s proprietary technology, the product allows players to use their mobile phones to play community-based real-money and social casino games.
The supplier will launch Multi-Layered 3D (ML3) to offer a depth of field illusion on screens in real-time, which is described as the first HTML5 3D slot game technology that can be used within a browser without having to install a special viewer or programme.
It will also launch a bolt-on product, Little Bonza, for its Xtraspin Series of slots. Little Bonza uses a secondary progressive bonusing feature that can improve the gaming experience for players and allow operators to differentiate their offering.
In addition, Spin Games will roll out a number of new slots, including the Ancient Greece-themed Shadows of Olympus, while additional titles will be added to its Rapid Bingo series, offering bigger prizes using Spin’s Xtra-Multiplier technology.
New table games will also be rolled out including All-Star Blackjack, Double Dragon Baccarat and Texas Hold’M Poker.
“We are delighted to showcase our new technologies at this year's G2E, along with a broad range of new and exciting HTML5 products that I think will again surprise the industry,” Spin Games chief executive Kent Young commented.
“This is another key year for us as we have made a footprint in the interactive market and have become a key player in HTML5 development and interactive gaming technology space,” Young continued. “Again, this has been another milestone year in development for Spin Games, and we are looking forward to the reaction from exhibit attendees toward our products.”