According to a press release…
The contemporary looking arcade-style slot from the award-winning content provider features five pay-lines on a traditional 3×3 reel band and provides players with an online version of the classic cabinet-style play that is known to land-based player throughout Europe.
This trip down memory lane also boasts seven features that players will find enjoyable, including repeaters, multipliers and the rewarding win series.
The fun card-based gamble feature allows players to elect to either take all of their win, save a portion of it, or potentially wager all of their winnings up to the top prize of 1000x the starting stake, all of which is based on how the cards spread so to speak.
Commenting on the firm’s newest launch, Commercial Director for Realistic Games, Robert Lee, said…
“We are thrilled to release our latest slot, Reel Gambler, which follows a much-loved format.
“The game is our first game to use our new cabinet-style display, incorporating the very latest WebGL technology. This allows us to take the player to the heart of the action with numerous engaging and innovative features, with the opportunity to win bigger than ever.”
Reel Gambler is the first new release since the Berkshire-headquartered developer’s December launch of Spin Dizzy, a 5-reel slot set in an enchanted forest complete with a woodland fairy, toadstools, pots of gold, and four-leaf clovers.
The December launch was just prior to its new partnership with leading online operator, Bet365, and its initial launch of Symmetry, Sunset Reels, 8th Wonder and Time is Money in Denmark’s regulated market.
Experience and growth:
Realistic’s experienced team of technologists, designers and modelers specialize in creating slots, blackjack, roulette, and fixed odds games that are tailored to a wide variety of devices, including tablets, iPhones, PCs, iPads and Android phones. Since the firm’s ReGal launch for Stan James in 2011, it has launched with some of the industry’s leading operators including the Kindred Group, Betfair, NYX, Leo Vegas, William Hill, Paddy Power and others.