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Several HTML5 Titles Come From Inspired


In the mobile casino world, there are two main software platforms. The first is Adobe Flash, a platform that's been used for a long time in all kinds of different applications. The other is HTML5, a newer technology that has a lot of advantages over the Flash-based games. Inspired has shown that they're serious about their future by releasing a number of HTML5 titles, and this is great news for the company as they build momentum in 2016.

Five New Titles

The five new titles starts with Rise of Anubis. This Egyptian-themed game has Super Wild symbols that give you extra wins you wouldn't have picked up otherwise. The Guardians is another game that already has a bit of a following, and it uses Super Stacked symbols to give players chances for multi-line wins. They also have different betting levels based on increasing the size of the symbol stacks for a higher degree of control over gameplay.

Slots are without a doubt the most popular type of game out there, and these new games are a good reason why the genre gets so much attention. For example, with Spirit of the Samurai, players have a Japanese experience with five different gameplay levels. Different features and opportunities for payouts show up across each level, and this includes stacked wilds, free spins, excellent graphics and the ability for players to save their progress so that they don't have to start over at the first level each time they start a new session.

Super Hot Fruits is another game from this set of releases, and it has a Hot Spins feature that gives players a chance for extra payouts when they win at least four times their total bet size. During these Hot Spins, players get a better set of reels that include transferring wilds and other opportunities to get paid in a major way. I Heart Kittens is the last title, and it has 40 paylines and free spins with other bonuses.

Inspired in 2016

Inspired has gotten a lot of attention for their high-quality titles in the past, and the fact that they are moving over to the HTML5 platform with five releases all at the same time confirms what a lot of industry experts have already guessed: This company cares a lot about preparing for the future and giving players what they want.

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by Jesse Jesse


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