The 2018 edition of the annual ICE Totally Gaming exhibition will be held from February 6 to 8 at London’s ExCeL Centre and online casino games developer BetSoft Gaming Limited has announced that it is to be on stand S3-312 showing off its latest innovations.
BetSoft Gaming Limited stated that it will be using ICE Totally Gaming to exhibit its Legend of the Nile video slot, which is themed on ancient Egypt and utilizes the Malta-headquartered developer’s innovative Shift platform. It declared that the game comes complete with ‘beautifully rendered scenery’ alongside ‘revolutionary game mechanics’ that keep players engaged and is ‘a great example of how form and function work hand in hand’.
The developer proclaimed that Legend of the Nile also features a new ‘trail system’ designed around the Shift platform that permits competitors to collect ‘certain Gods during play’ such as Ra and Isis in order to ‘earn special rewards’.
BetSoft Gaming Limited explained that it will be in London next month showing off its sequel to the Sugar Pop video slot, Sugar Pop 2: Double Dipped. It described this new game as being ‘packed with fun new features’ including the Candy Bomb event alongside the Sweet Hammer and Jelly Bean Cannon.
“BetSoft [Gaming Limited] believes in a game’s flow; the way the mathematics function, the sounds and animations, the speed in which things happen and the order in which things happen,” read a statement from Dan Cooper, Chief Technology Officer for BetSoft Gaming Limited. “All of these various elements play a synergistic part in the creation of a game. The closer to perfection each element becomes, the better the resulting game performance can be.”
Perhaps best known for its Slots3 range of three-dimensional video slots, BetSoft Gaming Limited additionally proclaimed that it is set to launch an ‘evolutionary gaming technology’ later in the year that is destined to ‘open the industry up to entirely new demographics’.
BetSoft Gaming Limited coming to ICE Totally Gaming was last modified: January 28th, 2018 by Adam Morgan