New Games Released by CryptoLogic
January 6, 2009 (InfoPowa News) — Dublin-based online gambling software provider CryptoLogic ushers in 2009 this week with the release of three new games — one featuring the legendary Marvel Superhero, Spider-Man; a new adventure slot game called Dragon Sword; and an enhanced version of Atlantic City Blackjack, one of the company's most popular casino games.
The new games are now available to players at Intercasino.com, and will be live on the sites of other CryptoLogic customers in the near future.
"At CryptoLogic, branded casino games are one of the pillars of our strategy, and today we extend our lead in this highly profitable segment even further," said Brian Hadfield, CryptoLogic's President and CEO. "CryptoLogic's original Spider-Man slot game was one of our most successful games ever, and we have high hopes for these new games, which deliver a truly unique customer experience."
In Spider-Man Revelations, players battle the evil Doctor Octopus on a 25-line slot game featuring Marvel's legendary super hero. One of the game's bonus rounds challenges players to save a passenger during a transit tussle for the chance to win free spins or multipliers. The game features a three-level jackpot, multiple exciting bonus rounds and a chance to win 5,000 times a player's original bet.
Dragon Sword follows a heroic knight into a dark, murky forest in search of his lost sword in this adventure-themed, 25-line slot game, which features a battle with a dragon in the bonus round and rewards from hidden treasures and random prizes. With a chance to win up to 6,000 their bet, this game will have players fully engaged.
The software company's latest Casino Bonus Pack also offers an enhanced version of Atlantic City Blackjack, one of Cryptologic's most popular casino games. This version includes new and improved game features, such as auto-betting and auto-strategy functionality and enhanced graphics. The result is a new, dynamic presentation of this classic game while preserving the original game rules.