The mobile part of the online slots industry has seen more growth in the online gambling world that virtually any other sector, and that's because people absolutely love being able to play their favorite games wherever they are with their smartphones, tablets and other types of mobile devices. Microgaming has a very strong mobile strategy, and they've shown that they're still committed to expanding with that strategy by announcing the addition of Sterling Silver and Party Island to the mobile platform.
Sterling Silver Excitement
With Sterling Silver, players are hit with a silver theme that's pretty atypical in the industry. This game uses five reels and three rows, and you'll have 25 paylines to win on. Coins range from $0.01 to $0.25 each, and you can bet up to five coins per payline. With a low $0.25 minimum bet per spin, the prizes are pretty good, but you won't have to break the bank to get a shot at them. It has a fairly balanced paytable with a 1,000x top win and a 500x secondary jackpot with wild multipliers that give you chances for up to 10,000x with the highest jackpot.
Have Fun at Party Island
Party Island is a colorful party experience, and it uses five reels with the older format of nine paylines spread across three rows. Coins in this game start at $0.01 as well, but they go all the way up to the $1.00 level. You can bet anywhere from one to five coins per payline for a betting range of $0.09 to $45 for each spin. You can get 15 free spins with a 3x multipliers in this game, and the top payout is 10,000x for five of the wild Party Island symbol that is also a 2x multiplier for all regular wins.
Microgaming is really pushing their mobile product, and they're doing this by bringing up older titles and moving them to their mobile offerings. This boosts the game selection for people who want to take their play with them on the go, and it makes them harder to compete against since they have the largest games library of any individual software provider in the industry today. If they keep moving these games to mobile on a regular basis, it'll be hard to compete with them.