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Two New Titles Come to Canadian Casino Sites From Microgaming

By: Russell Potvin , Thurs. Feb. 27, 2014

Two New Titles From Microgaming

If you look at all of the software providers in the entire online casino industry, Microgaming has been around the longest, and they have the largest selection of titles to choose from.

They regularly come out with new games to push the boundaries of the Internet casino world, and two new titles have been added to some of the most popular casino sites in Canada recently via the HTML5 platform. These games will give players something novel to try out with chances to win on multiple platforms including mobile casino software.

The first new title is called Tiger's Eye, and it's based on a jungle theme. You might be familiar with the song Eye of the Tiger, but you won't find any boxing in this new slot. Instead, you'll find a 40-payline video slot that's jam-packed with opportunities to win impressive prizes. This game is being released on the HTML5 platform, so you can play on Apple devices, Android devices or on your desktop. The animated portions of the game really jump out at you, and you have a chance at a multiplier in the free spins bonus feature that increases up to give you payouts worth up to 10 times their normal values.

In addition to this, the Mayan Princess slot has also been released on the HTML5 platform by Microgaming. This game also has an exotic theme, though it's played out with 20 paylines. You'll get a South American experience to remember when you enjoy this game from your mobile device, tablet or desktop thanks to the boosted compability of the HTML5 software platform, and you'll have an opportunity to win up to 20 free turns with all of your winning combinations hit with a 2x multiplier.

The HTML5 platform is an extremely important part of Microgaming's strategy for the future. The most popular mobile software platform right now is based on Macromedia Flash. However, HTML5 is a newer technology that allows powerful games to run on mobile devices without using as many system resources. HTML5 games can also be easily ran from a desktop computer, tablet or laptop, so it's an extremely flexible system. Microgaming has been adding a lot of games to the HTML5 platform over the past 18-24 months because they believe it's the platform of the future, and they want to be ahead of the curve.