Monday October 7, 2013 : NEW GAMES FROM JACKPOT CAPITAL AND NETENT
 
Enchanted Garden, Starburst Mini and Star Wars A New Hope
 
Jackpot Capital has released RealTime Gaming's "Enchanted Garden" to its mobile portfolio for iPhone and iPad.
 
The five-reel, 20-payline game is themed on a magical garden using unicorns, fairies and butterflies for its iconography.  Enchanted Garden offers Wilds, Scatters, Bonus Spins and a randomly awarded progressive jackpot.
 
Net Entertainment's popular Starburst game has been launched in a "play-anywhere" version under the title Starburst Mini. This five-reel, 10-bet line slot features a Starburst Wild, which replaces Traditional Wilds that appear on reels two, three or four and expand over the reels sticking in place for up to three spins.
 
This lighter version was developed to appeal to players in different product lines and verticals said Simon Hammon, chief product officer of Net Entertainment.
 
In related news, SG Gaming, in a licensing partnership with LucasFilms, has launched its Star Wars A New Hope game to arcade, bingo and betting shop customers.
 
The game is instantly recognisable to Star Wars fans and is a feature-rich offering that delivers a Red 5 Bonus feature, Expanding Wild Bonuses and a Millennium Falcon Bonus round where players attempt to shoot down Tie Fighter ships for rewards.
 
Different features have been incorporated for each of the sectors such as a GBP 500 community bonus in the bingo club and arcade sectors and an exclusive GBP 20 High Roller game in the betting shop version.
 
Rick Mountney, Director of Content Development of SG Gaming, said, “The ability to offer licensed content to customers across multiple sectors further strengthens our position as a leading content supplier. Using state-of-the-art graphics and original soundtrack elements, we’ve combined the Star Wars®: A New Hope™ film with fully immersive and innovative gameplay, which should prove to be a big hit with players across all of our target sectors.”
 
Look out for this one which is sure to be adapted to online sometime going forward.