16 new games from Cryptologic


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Feb 22, 2001

Scary edge to latest releases from Canada

Top gambling software developer and turnkey provider Cryptologic, working through its subsidiary Wagerlogic launched sixteen new games offering a variety of gaming styles and themes this week, offering unlimited action, stunning animation and substantial jackpots - but this time with a frightening edge.

Vampires, witches and warlocks will challenge Internet players as the company's Casino Bonus Pack 10 introduces hair-raising Frightmare Jackpot Slots, and the latest slots based on Marvel Super Heroes, including Elektra, Ghost Rider and Iron Man.

The game pack also includes the first-ever slot version of Cubis, the popular casual game.

"CryptoLogic's strength lies in developing and delivering unique, innovative games that today's sophisticated Internet players want and that online casino operators need in an increasingly competitive market," said Lewis Rose, CryptoLogic's President and CEO.

Justin Thouin, Vice President of Casino Software Development, noted: "Players want more choice, more excitement - and more chances to win. Our dynamic new lineup of games offers innovative bonus rounds, powerful graphics and multi-level slots that will keep players spellbound and our licensees' ahead of the competition."

The spine-tingling Frightmare Jackpot Slot series combines the excitement and variety of jackpot and bonus slots with the scare levels of classic horror storylines. Players can battle armies of the undead with Zone of the Zombies, witness warlocks cast spells with Witches and Warlocks and hunt vampires in Vampire Bats.

Fans of the popular Marvel Super Heroes can enjoy more online gaming action with the addition of Elektra, Ghost Rider and Iron Man slots. Like CryptoLogic's other Marvel slots, including the Hulk, Thor, X-Men, Blade, Punisher, Daredevil, and Silver Surfer, the new roster offers innovative bonus rounds. Players can bet on Iron Man as he uses his powers to smash skyscraper windows to unlock hidden bonus amounts, or back Ghost Rider as he drives through a spooky scrap yard freeing trapped innocents from cars with his trusty Chain Whip, or wager on Elektra as she faces off against an army of enemy ninjas in a dark alleyway.

Building on the huge popularity of Bejeweled, CryptoLogic has introduced the first-ever online slot version of Cubis - a game that is consistently ranked as one of the top 10 games played on major portals such as Yahoo!, AOL and MSN. Featuring a three-dimensional board, intense graphics, a variety of game backgrounds, hidden secrets and jackpots up to 50 000 coins, Cubis is quickly becoming a player favourite.

The game pack also incorporates a variety of 25-line slot titles including: Silver Star, Thai Surprise, Time Machine, Caesars Salad, Thunder from Down Under and Mystique Club. Plus, CryptoLogic has unveiled new 50 and 100-hand variations of cutting-edge Bonus Video Poker games, including Tens or Better, Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild, All American, Double Bonus, Super Jackpots, and Joker Poker, which includes a paytable that offers the highest returns for this game anywhere online!

"Our licensees rely on new games to keep their Internet casinos fresh and exciting," added A.J. Slivinski, WagerLogic's Managing Director. "This latest suite offers something for every online player."
Funny, Intercasino has had these games for a couple of months now. The Zombie slots are my favorite :D
Yeah i was just going to say I've been playing these games for months - damn, you got us all excited jetset :p I like Mystique Club best :D What's also good is they have started introducing more denominations into the slots. Still a long way to go but it's a step in the right direction.
Funny, Intercasino has had these games for a couple of months now. The Zombie slots are my favorite :D

I love the artwork on Zone of the Zombies, but Cubis is still my absolute favourite. Between the chainsaws on Zombies and the nuclear explosions in Cubis, I can get my fix of violence without anyone getting hurt:D

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