Tuesday, October 25, 2011 : A well-known brand is resurrected with new software from Nuworks
 
Online player information forums were enthusiastically welcoming a new and apparently US-friendly internet gambling software Thursday after a month-long "mystery casino" tease campaign to build interest.
 
The mystery casino turned out to be the resurrection of Alex Czajkowski's failed, under-capitalised but at one time immensely popular Buzzluck, which has been taken over by the reputable UK-based Club World Casinos, sans the innovative player interactive promos and vibe that so characterised the venue before it closed last year.
 
Importantly, the launch constituted the debut of a new online gambling software branded Nuworks, about which little is known other than an apparent connection with industry software veteran RTG and/or an experienced personality formerly associated with that company.
 
What we do know is that the software offers more than 30 brand new slots plus 4 new Video Poker games.
 
Thursday's launch was unfortunately marred by a technical glitch which saw some players ending up on a rogue casino live-chat that has nothing to do with the new Buzzluck, a situation that was quickly redressed but not before it had unsettled a number of players. A serious but not fatal screw-up.
 
CWC's Martyn Beacon said this week: "Buzzluck will launch on completely new slots based software called NuWorks and will offer 30 brand new slot games, 4 table games, 3 variations of multi hand video poker and progressives with bumper prizes to be won. The new signup offer will be 100 percent to $868. Claim Here
 
"We’ve stripped this casino back from its original offering, removing the 3D aspect and the interactivity with Elvis and ‘Tom Cruise’ – we felt this detracted from the player actually finding a game to play. However, this does not detract from the quality of the casino we have developed."