As a top digital gaming solutions provider, NetEnt has taken the lead when it comes to converting games to HTML5 from Flash media. The Flash era is ending and NetEnt has already changed most of their gaming creations to HTML5 format. The software company is also focusing on converting games in their back catalog to mobile.
Flash media support is ceasing, with larger browser suppliers announcing that they will no longer be supporting Flash technology. The move to HTML5 is a must as the industry switches to the new technology. NetEnt has already converted 70 of their top-performing titles to HTML5 form.
Moving from Flash to HTML5 will ensure that players enjoy a heightened online gaming experience with improved-quality graphics, animations and sounds. The desktop games that have been upgraded, also have mobile versions to help players log online when they are on the go or from home via a mobile device and have the same quality gaming experience.
In a press release on the changes, NetEnt Chief Product Officer Henrik Fagerlund, commented: “This is an exciting time as we expand our technological reach and it is crucial we are able to give players the chance to keep playing their favorite games. We just recently released upgrades for four of our classic titles: Dracula, Jackpot 6000, Excalibur, Spellcast. Given the growth of mobile gaming, we have to continue establishing ourselves as an industry leader by making these advancements and moving with the times.”
NetEnt first decided to upgrade their slot and table games. Video poker and other games will be update in the near future.