New Game Releases

Three new diversely themed slots

Williams Interactive has released "Roman Chariots" to its Remote Game Server, the first game powered by the offline game engine, Supercharged Reels.
Games powered by this engine feature three miniature bonus reel sets above the main slot game. One or more of these sets will charge up with win multipliers each time Wild symbols fill reels 2, 3 or 4 in the main game. The multipliers on each mini-reel can continually increase with additional WILD reels, and can award on multiple feature spins before resetting.
"The mini-reels and multipliers are designed for short-term persistence, providing players the potential to spin multiple feature reels with multipliers well over 100x for the chance to win big," explained Robin Littleworth, Senior Director Game Development for Williams Interactive. "It mimics the feeling of craps where the suspense builds on every play, and provides a unique gameplay experience for online casino players!"
Playtech launched "Cat Queen", an Egyptian-themed 5-reel, 40-payline game. The Wild is the Cat Queen and is the highest valued symbol. The only symbol the Wild will not substitute is the Scatter, a Pyramid symbol. Three or more Scatter Symbols will trigger 15 Free Spins which can be retriggered.
A Double Feature or Gamble Feature is available after each line win where punters have the option to bet on their winnings.
NextGen Gaming has relaunched the "Casinomeister" video slot offering an audio and graphic-rich game with increased playability. The original game was launched in 2009.
Casinomeister is a Rock-themed five-reel, twenty-payline slot providing punters with the opportunity to win unlimited free spins.
Symbols include a man in shades (the Casinomeister) who acts as the Wild symbol along with Rogue Casino and Behind Bars symbols. The Wild substitutes for all the other symbols except for the Scattered Vortran, Rogue and Behind Bars.

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