Two Hot New Mobile Titles at All Slots Casino
July 10, 2013
The mobile aspect of online casinos has really taken off over the past few years. More and more sites are getting more geared towards the mobile aspect of gaming, and All Slots Casino is no exception. Because they operate using Microgaming's software package, they're able to give players several different ways to play including the traditional downloaded software, an instant-play version and the mobile platform. Even with so many different ways to play, they know that mobile is the fastest-growing part of the market, and they release new games on a regular basis to their mobile software to take advantage.
Alaskan Fishing and Stash of the Titans were released in June, but now it's July's turn. This month sees Voila! and Carnaval added to the mobile line-up. Voila! uses a 243 ways structure that's very popular these days, and it's based completely around a Paris theme. The romance goes on and on in this game, and you'll get multipliers, scatters, bonus features and more when you play this game. It's been fitted for the mobile platform, but it has all of the excellent gameplay and features as the original.
Carnaval has also been added. Based on the Brazilian event, you'll have a chance to party along as you try to win some big prizes in this awesome sot. You'll have wilds and scatters all over the reels that will boost your opportunities to take down jackpots, and there are plenty of bonus features to keep you running. Like Voila!, this game has been added to the HTML5 client. Because it works better for mobile gaming than Macromedia Flash, All Slots has put a lot of effort into making sure their new mobile titles run on this platform.
All Slots Casino's reputation stands on its own: They have one of the best histories in the business for slots players who are looking for something more out of their experience. They're really preparing for the future with this move to HTML5 mobile, and they are positioning themselves to continue being one of the most successful casinos in the industry with this move. It will be interesting to see how much of a lead they get on other sites who aren't using HTML5 with their mobile platforms since they seem to be putting so much time and energy into new releases and adding old, but popular, titles to the mobile software.