Content developer, Realistic Games, has announced a relaunch of their highly popular game Super Graphics Upside Down. A major overhaul was given to the online slot game, providing players with a better version of the already exciting Japanese anime inspired slot game.
Revamping a Favorite:
The title was first launched in 2011 in a virtual slot cabinet. The goal was to create an authentic arcade style experience. The game quickly became a favorite among players and was joined by a second version, Super Graphics Super Lucky in 2015. The second version offered three-reels, while the original has five reels.
Realistic has now revamped the original version to offer players an even better experience. The game has been upgraded to HTML5, providing a full-screen setup. The graphics are now even more immersive and the sounds crystal clear.
Satuski is the female host of the game, who has been redesigned to have more animation as well as optimized for mobile gaming.
According to a recent press release…
Commercial Director for the brand, Robert Lee, commented on the game revamp by stating: “Super Graphics is easily our most popular game and what we are renowned for within the industry. We are delighted to be able to release an even bigger and better version of the game to ensure it remains as fun as ever to play.”
In the press release, the developer also announced that a third game will be released within the series later on this year. Not much was revealed about the new titled, but Mr. Lee did say that the game will include Satsuki, her waving cat and more bonus spins.
New Content Deals:
Along with the revamp and new game announcement, Realistic has signed new content deals this month. Just a few days ago, the company announced a deal with Buzz Bingo, an operator in the UK. Classics from Realistic Games, including Super Graphics Upside Down, will be made available via Buzz Bingo to players of the platform.