Slots Designers Clash in Casino Arena

12/16/2014
By Pamela PattersonGoogle
The number of virtual slot players around the world has increased considerably, and we can only beg as to the question why? The answer is easy – today’s slot features are digitally designed. 3D graphics, crisp sound effects, engaging bonus rounds, stacked wilds, entire reels expanding into wild symbols, ‘Win-both-Ways’, and no pay lines with 243-ways to win; the list of features added to today’s virtual slots is amazing.

In the midst of all this a battle between 2 of the biggest rivals in the industry lock horns to give their players more for their cash.

Micorgaming versus Net Entertainment

With changing technology it was inevitable 2 of the biggest, most respected and best virtual slot software developers would clash in the same casinos
This is an age old long battle that stretches back in time because both these software developers have been in the industry for years.

Microgaming released its first online casino in 1994 and now boasts over 100 games available on desktop and mobile devices. The company has earned itself a solid reputation due its innovative designs and excellent gaming platform operated by Quickfire.

Quickfire’s platform ingeniously allows casinos access to third party software developers that are not part of their own collection of games. With this, multiple titles and unique features have been launched all in one place without the need for slots players to jump from casino to casino just so they get a bit variety.

The key advantage to having all your favourite titles on one casino is that you don’t need multiple casino accounts for different casinos, therefore, all your VIP points build up on one casino

In the end, 2 virtual slot designers head to head in a battle to produce the most innovative ways to bring back value to the good old combination win. To do this both developer’s strategies have been clear. To reduce so much emphasis on features using new ways to win combinations; without actually reducing the number features on the slots.
243-Ways-Win’ versus ‘Win-Both-Ways’



Net Entertainment came up with ‘Win-Both-Ways”. Players can link combinations from reel 5 to reel 1 or from reel 1 to reel 5. Microgaming however eliminated pay-lines altogether and brought out the 243-ways-to-win combination.

243-ways-to-win means players can use combinations almost as if they are scatter symbols. The symbols can land anywhere on the reels as the number of symbols makes a winning combinations according to the slots payable, then the win will count. This has been achieved with absolutely no pay-lines involved. The only rule is that the symbols must be on adjacent reels with the first symbol in the combination on reel 1.

The Fight Continues for the Best Combination Slot Win Mechanism

Both Net Entertainment and Microgaming’s innovative thinking and competitive spirit have brought to slots players 2 new features. Both of them combination rich winning opportunities combined with stacked wilds and expanding wild reel features. Mix in these vital combinations of slot friendly elements and players are winning far more cash on the slots today than they ever won in the past.
 
 
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