March 7, 2020 written by

Microgaming’s March releases

Following on from its previous game releases in 2020, Microgaming is set to release even more new titles.

It will add many games to its selection, including a number of exclusive slots that players won’t be able to play anywhere else! Covering different themes and having different features, this announcement of new games is sure to interest many gaming fans!


One of those exclusive titles is Attack on Retro. This is an 80s nostalgia-themed slot from Triple Edge Studios, which takes players on an adventure through a vibrant retro city. There, they meet two cyberpunk heroes- Billy and Jesse- and join them to defend the city from enemy robots.

Alongside this mission you will be playing slot as well! It is a 5×3 reel with 10 paylines, offering features such as stacked and random wilds.

Any fan of the 80s is sure to love this game as it has beon lasers, gadgets, and old-school music throughout!

St Patrick’s Day

Ready for St Patrick’s Day, Microgaming are releasing an Irish-themed slot on 10th March. Gameburger Studios developed this game- called 9 Pots of Gold- and it aims to bring the luck of the Irish to players!

It is a 5×3 reel with 20 paylines. To make it extra special, there are lots of special lucky features, such as Pot Pyas, free spins, and even a shining Free Spin Wheel.

Keep it classic

It’s not just slots that Microgaming are releasing. Also joining their gaming selection is Classic Blackjack: Six Deck- a title from Switch Studios.

This game launched exclusively on 5th March to Spanish players and is the 7th title Microgaming has of this genre. It features standard side bets and has new-and-improved animations and sound to make for a better user experience.

Hunt for treasure

Just For The Win exclusively developed Treasure Skyland for Microgaming. It is set in a hidden world up in the clouds, where players will see floating islands and, more worryingly, some pirate monkeys hunting for gold bananas!

This game has features like Win Multipliers, Symbol Upgrade, and Pick Bonus.

Sticking with the treasure theme, Treasure Heroes is another title launching in March, developed by Rabcat. It is a 5×5 reel slot which uses the increasingly popular cluster mechanism. It also gives players the opportunity to use other special features such as Moving Wall and Treasure Chamber free spins mode.

Another game developed by Rabcat- Mining Fever- is launching on Microgaming. Players will encounter mining dwarves in this unique game, which has 5 reels and 243 betways.

If they dig far enough, players may benefit from features such as Driler’s Dwarven Drill, Thundar’s Dwarven Hammer, Bombur’s Dwarven Bomb, and Dwarven Gold Train.

“Strong and varied”

James Buchanan, Director of Global Operations at Microgaming said:

“Continuing our commitment to providing our customers with a strong and varied games roadmap for the year ahead, we are delighted to add another mixture of exclusive and non-exclusive games to our content aggregation platform this month. March brings a wealth of colourful and engaging titles with dynamic themes, varying volatility levels and a wide range of features, offering rewarding and entertaining gameplay experiences. “

More new titles

It’s not just these exclusive titles that Microgaming is launching this month. They are also releasing other new games to their selection including:

  • Alchemy Blast (Skillzzgaming)
  • Irish Love (1X2gaming)
  • Amazon Gold (Ainsworth)
  • Kanga Cash Extra (Ainsworth)
  • Gladiator Arena (Booming Games)
  • Wild Krakatoa (2By2 Gaming)
  • Twice the Diamonds (Ainsworth)
  • White Rabbit (Big Time Gaming)
  • Hot Cross Bunnies Pull Tab (Realistic Games)
  • Jessica Weaver Queen of the Seas (MGA)

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