Arrow’s Edge is a new online gaming software that made its debut at Drake Casino and Gossip Slots. So far, we have found five of the games that will play in a regular browser window with another 28+ that require a Java plug-in. Interestingly several of the “Cash Grab” titles like Kanga Cash, Board Babe, and Rockin’ Robin were originally developed by NextGen Gaming but download now as Arrow’s Edge with a random jackpot enhancement. Many of the Cash Grab, Arrow’s Edge games were some of the very first NextGen games released online clear back when their logo contained the full name of Next Generation Gaming. These slots were found at PartyGaming Casino in the mid to late nineties. Long time players may recall names like Metropolis, Temple of Venus, and The Orient Express. With the demise of Quicksilver Casino on the Tain platform last year, we now find these games exclusively through Arrow’s Edge at Drake Casino affiliated properties.
The Cash Grab feature on slots and video poker is a random jackpot that can be awarded to any player at any time, regardless of the amount bet on the winning spin. The main difference between a random jackpot and a progressive jackpot is that Cash Grab games do not award the prize for a certain combination of symbols, rather, they are awarded more like a raffle and can occur at any time.
The games currently available for any Operating System over browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer are the five-reel slots Around the World, Chef Wars, and Game of Kings as well as Deuces Wild and Single Hand Double Bonus video pokers. The rest of the gaming suite includes all of the casino classics like roulette, craps, blackjack, baccarat, pai gow poker, Jacks or Better video poker and several specialty games including keno and red dog. There is also a High Rollers suite with about 8 games available in Java.
All of the currently released Arrow’s Edge online casino games can be found at Drake Casino. Drake accepts players from the US except Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, New York, and Washington.