British online gambling software provider Orbis launched its Game Package 16 this week, with new additions to the OpenBet Mini Games portfolio and new Sci-Fi themed slot games.
The firm's Mini Games and Mini Reels product lines will introduce ‘Mini Lucky Star’, a Roulette style game with an Oriental twist, and ‘Mini Scratch the Derby’, which plays like a real scratch card and is themed with horse racing symbols.
The new games include ‘Planet X’, a fantastic futuristic slot which is themed upon an alien invasion of Earth. This animated fantasy adventure will have wide appeal and an adrenaline-filled experience for every sci-fi oriented player.
Fans of Chain Reactors will also see the launch of ‘Chain Reactors 100’ which introduces 3 new characters and opportunities to win.
Capitalising on its recent acquisition of games developer Electracade (see previous InfoPowa report) Orbis is including innovative nine-line slots in Pack 16, giving players the opportunity to explore ancient Egyptian tombs in ‘Sands of Fortune’, travel the city on a quest for loot in ‘Cops ‘n’ Robbers’ and enjoy intergalactic encounters with ‘Sci-Fi Invasion’.
And following a deal with Dublin-based online gambling software company Cryptologic, Orbis has added five major branded slot games in Spiderman, Fantastic 4, Streetfighter, Millionaires club and Bejewelled.
David Loveday, CEO, Orbis Technology commented, “OpenBet Games Package 16 launches a number of unique ‘games with wide appeal. It’s also great to see the introduction of new fun characters in ‘Chain Reactors 100’ – a particular favourite of mine.”
Orbis OpenBet presents seven distinct, but compatible, software modules that include: Sportsbook, Casino, Rake Games, Fixed Odds Games, Exchange, Retail and Marketing. It enables operators to provide their customers the ability to bet and play across multiple products and platforms in a wide variety of languages and currencies.