Tuesday May 15, 2012 : ARABIAN THEME IN AMAYA GAMING'S LATEST ONLINE SLOT
Aladdin's Legacy is a 20 pay-line game
Montreal-based Amaya Gaming Group has taken a breather from its Cryptologic acquisition this week to launch its latest online slot, Aladdin’s Legacy.
The first of Amaya’s new generation of slot games, Aladdin’s Legacy features quality graphics, movie-like 3D animation and imaginative game play. In this 20-line slot, players experience a unique first person perspective in which they continue Aladdin’s quest to find the elusive and treasured magic lamp. The game features fast and streamlined game play on virtually any platform and runs smoothly on most devices.
Aladdin’s Legacy has a slew of highly interactive features, allowing players to virtually control their own fate as they navigate through “layered” bonus rounds.
Once the “Into the Cave” bonus feature is triggered, players must select three gems to unlock the entrance to the cave. Once inside, they have the chance of triggering the “Treasure Room” bonus where the player is prompted to choose a specific path in a maze-like puzzle. If the player successfully finishes the bonus feature, Aladdin’s lamp is revealed along with their total winnings.
Aladdin’s Legacy is the seventh game release from Amaya this year and follows the March release of Sidebet Blackjack and the April release of Frogs ‘n Flies.
Sidebet Blackjack offers players five different side bets to the traditional Blackjack game, giving them a wider variety of bets and allowing them to change games and their luck. Frogs ‘n Flies offers the simplicity of automatic, no-pick, free spin bonuses in a 1024 ways-to-win slot.
“Aladdin’s Legacy showcases Amaya’s commitment to deliver highly entertaining and engaging games each month,” Alain Brosseau, Director of Product Strategy said this week.
“Our exclusive content contains unique features that cannot be found anywhere in the industry and are proven top-performers and revenue generators for our clients. With the addition of CryptoLogic content into the mix, this is just the beginning for our next generation of online slot games.”
Calgary-based Chartwell Technology is also a subsidiary of Amaya.