June 15, 2020 written by

Microgaming’s new releases

June 2020 sees Microgaming release even more titles to its already extensive collection of games.

The new slots are diverse and cover a variety of themes, so they definitely add something different to Microgaming’s portfolio! Microgaming’s independent studio partners created these games, which offer immersive, memorable, and engaging gameplay.

Microgaming is one of the leading content providers in the gaming industry, with a history stretching back to 1994. Its headquarters are in the Isle of Man, and it now offers a whole range of online gaming services including slots, progressive jackpots, and more.

Fantasy Football

First off is 11 Champions from Gameburger Studios. This is a football-themed slot with 5 reels and 20 paylines. With millions of people watching and playing the beautiful game each week, 11 Champions is sure to be a hit! It is a high-volatility slot where players aim to “dribble the ball” around the pitch/reels, turning symbols the ball lands on into Wilds find the Goal symbol. The aim is to eventually score a Golden Goal which can offer huge rewards!

Moving away from the football theme, but sticking with the fantasy theme, are two more slot releases from Microgaming.

Fortune Factory Studios launched Aliya’s Wishes on the 9th June, which introduces players to the fun and streetwise character of Aliya. In Aliya’s quest for riches, she finds a magic lamp with a genie who will grant her every wish. But things don’t quite go to plan…

This story sets the scene for when you come to spin the reels, and the gameplay itself is just as exciting! It contains features like Rolling Reels, Wild Stacks, and the Multiplier Trail Combo, which are sure to attract many players!

Neon Valley Studios is set to release another fantasy slot on 16th June, called Age of Conquest. There is a battle on to control the fantasy kingdom, where the powers of magic are pitted against pure might and force. With Wild reels and a bonus round where you battle for the throne, this slot will add plenty of excitement and adventure to Microgaming’s portfolio.

Adventure slots

Taking you on a trip back to the 90s is Aurora Beast Hunter, a game created by Just For The Win. This retro slot has 5 reels and 40 paylines, and will take players on a quest into the desert to hunt for wild beasts. Random cash prizes, four types of Wilds, different free spin features are just some of the elements players will encounter on this game. You can start to enjoy Aurora Beast Hunter (and its thumping soundtrack) from 23rd June.

Wild Catch, a game from Storm Craft Studios, takes players on another adventure to the great outdoors. But, this time, you won’t be hunting beasts in the deserts but fish in the water! This is an angling (or fishing) themed slot that combines the peaceful and relaxing nature of fishing, with the excitement and thrill of when you finally catch something!

It is a 5×5 layout with 50 paylines, and every player will be hoping to catch a big win! With features like Rolling Reels, Wilds, and Splashing Wilds, this game will appeal to many players, whether they have been fishing before or not. You have some time to practice your fishing skills as this game is set to launch at the end of the month, on 30th June.

Microgaming’s content partners will also release further titles throughout June. Some of the other new slots and the studios behind them include:

  • Fortress Charge (Crazy Tooth Studio)
  • Wild Predators (Golden Rock Studios)
  • Bar-X Pull Tab (Realistic Games)
  • Super Sync (Plank Gaming)
  • Joker Reels (Tom Horn Gaming)

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