24th of May 2010 Author: Glo Wood
Four multi-provider games launched
Online gamblers visiting the Virgin Games site this week found their game choices expanded by some new offerings from providers Wagerworks, Orbis Tech, Virtue Fusion and NextGen Gaming.
Virgin carries a host of cross-platform gaming choices for its players, presenting one of the broadest selections on the Internet.
The Top Trumps World Cup 15-line video slot from Orbis is well timed on the run-up to the start of the football World Cup in South Africa next (June) month, with quality graphics showcasing stadia, the glittering gold World Cup and a selection of soccer symbols and personalities representing Brazil, England, Spain, Argentina, Portugal and Germany. Eye-catching animation and relevant sound effects contribute to creating a real ambience as the game progresses. The multi-featured slot presents a variety of opportunities for reward and captures the excitement and spirit of international football's biggest occasion.
NextGen Gaming developed the 5 reel 20 pay-line Firehawk video slot which has a highly entertaining range of features wrapped in a beautifully executed Apache Indian theme with some impressive animations.
Max’s Hi/Lo Game Show comes from Virtue Fusion-Playtech and is found within the Instant Win Games section of the site, and carries a progressive jackpot, whilst Max’s Bingo Ball Machine has balls numbered from 1 to 50 in a format that tests the player's predictive talents and impacts winnings....and losses!.
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