Evoplay Looks to the Classics with New Releases

Evoplay Entertainment, the developer of slots and other casino games, has announced a new collection of classic games that look back to traditional casino entertainment but make use of the latest technologies.

The games have been developed with mobile play in mind, and it is thought that the series will be one of the most advanced retro collection available. In addition to cross-device compatibility, the games have also been designed for numerous regulated markets.

Evoplay’s catalog includes Ice Mania, which was styled with soft neon lights to create an authentic casino ambience, as well as Fruit Nova and Fruit Super Nova. Furthermore, the suite of classic releases will soon include Unlimited Wishes, an oriental themed slot complete with fruit symbols, magic lamps, and a genie who can award respins and huge payouts.


Ivan Kravchuk Evoplay Entertainment CEO

We’re giving punters the chance to enjoy the retro slot experience on the move, with our classic collection of time-honoured titles to celebrate the original casino themes that RNG-gaming fans know and love across the globe. Deploying the latest in state-of-the-art in-game technology, our catalogue is 100% mobile adaptive – exactly what other suppliers lack while developing classic slots. Our vision was to provide players with a unique entertainment experience that features the best of all worlds and I can’t wait to see what they make of it.

Ivan KravchukEvoplay Entertainment CEO

The games will make use of Evoplay’s game engine Spinential. It has been specially designed for slow data connections to provide load times that are up to ten times faster, as well as providing an enhanced user-interface, autospin features, a game history mobile bar, and it gives players the ability to review each winning spin.

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