January 13, 2020 written by

Microgaming exclusively releases 4 new games in January 2020

Microgaming, the Isle of Man-based casino brand, announced the launch of several new games across the month of January. These exclusive titles offer exciting new themes and features for players to enjoy, with the games coming from a number of different studios.

What are the games?

The first of these launches by Microgaming was on the 7th January. Book of Atem, developed by All41 Studios, is an ancient-Egyptian themed slot which explores the mysterious nature of the pharaohs. With 10 paylines, expanding symbols, and free spins, this game is an enticing addition to Microgaming’s collection.

The next game to launch will be Double Lucky Line on the 14th January. Created by Just For The Win, this game is based around the animals and treasures that Eastern Asia has to offer, such as dragons, frogs, and turtles. Players will benefit from several features on this slot, particularly the Double Lucky Line which ensures that only double symbols land on the centre reel, so boosting your win opportunities. Other special features on this 17 payline slot include Random Wilds, Lucky Wilds, and free spins.

From East Asia, Microgaming will then be setting foot into Africa thanks to its next game release of African Quest. The game, created by Triple Edge Studios, takes players on a safari experience to try and find Kubwa- the high-value lion symbol. With free spins, multipliers, and 1,024 bet ways, this game is due to be released on 21st January.

Microgaming’s final game release of January is set to be The Incredible Balloon Machine by Crazy Tooth Studio. This is a dreamy and fantastical slot that will be available to play from the 28th. Players can win multipliers and benefit from other bonus features, notably one involving bright, colourful balloons! Players can collect rewards from these balloons, but they have to do so quickly before they all pop and disappear!

“Thrilling gameplay experience”

These game releases show a diverse array of themes, gaming types, and special features, and will contribute to the quality selection of titles that Microgaming already possess. These exclusive, new titles are just the beginning of many more games that Microgaming are set to launch throughout the year.

James Buchanan, Director of Global Operations at Microgaming said:

“Microgaming’s January titles are representative of the variety and quality that will be rolled out throughout 2020. The mechanics of these feature-rich exclusive games combine with innovative new designs to create a thrilling gameplay experience for all players. The year ahead is shaping up to be very exciting as we add new games to Microgaming’s progressive jackpot network, take on new adventures with some of our favourite characters, and continuously debut exclusive games with new and dynamic themes.”

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