Online casino games developer Net Entertainment has released The Invisible Man, a new HTML5 branded slot developed under a licensing agreement with Universal.
Based on the classic 1933 movie, The Invisible Man is a five-reel, three-row, 20-line win-both-ways video slot for desktop, that will also be rolled out to mobile devices via NetEnt’s Touch portfolio.
Alongside re-spins, free spins and walking wilds, the game also includes two bonus features. The first is Griffin’s Rage, where players join the search for The Invisible Man at three locations with a Pick & Click style game delivering coin prizes and multipliers. The second, Police Spins, follows players as the police close in on the main antagonist during three bonus spins, with five Burning Wilds that appear on the reels randomly.
Commenting on the release, Net Entertainment chief product officer Simon Hammon said: "Partnering with Universal Partnerships & Licensing has enabled us to deliver another outstanding slot accessible by desktop and mobile devices. The Invisible Man showcases a great player and gaming experience of a very popular title and story.
"NetEnt’s use of HTML5 for both desktop and mobile on this fantastic production continues to showcase our abilities, and our innovation in driving the casino market forward.”
Shares in Net Entertainment AB (Co. Data) (OMX:NETB) were trading down 0.20 per cent at SEK247.50 per share in Stockholm Thursday morning, having set a new 52-week high of SEK250.00 per share on Wednesday.