Dungeons and Dragons and Battleship
February 13, 2009
WagerWorks previewed two new game titles at
the IGE/ICEi 2009 show: Dungeons and Dragons: Fortress of Fortunes, based on
the popular role-playing game, and Battleship: Search and Destroy, an all-time
favorite of classic battle strategy, which further strengthens the company’s
line-up of branded game titles in their portfolio.
Commenting on the show, Oliver Lofthouse, general manager of WagerWorks said, “At IGE/ICEi 2009 the reaction to the stand and our products was very positive. Our presence demonstrated our continued focus on being market leaders in branded game content which can be easily added to an operator’s game portfolio via the WagerWorks rgs system. The show provided WagerWorks with an ideal opportunity to finalise discussions with new WagerWorks rgs customers, details of which will be announced shortly. To complete the line up at the show WagerWorks announced the latest edition to its game portfolio, MegaJackpots Cleopatra. Without doubt 2009 is set to further strengthen the market position for WagerWorks.”
As with all WagerWorks titles, there are detailed graphics and themed audio, plus an innovative game play feature allowing players to choose between two entertaining and lucrative bonus experiences.
Players can engage in thrilling ship-to-ship combat in the Winning Encounter Free Spins Bonus and each hit increases the multiplier up to a 5x maximum. Free spins are awarded until the enemy ship is sunk, the enemy is victorious, or the player has spun 100 times. A single payline win could pay up to 25,000 credits at max bet.
In the Sink the Fleet Bonus players can stage a daring sneak attack on a fleet of enemy ships. Use your favorite Battleship strategies to fire and sink the enemy fleet. A win of over 16,000 credits at max bet is awarded if the entire enemy fleet is sunk with less than 8 misses.
The WagerWorks rgs system allows operators on any platform access to top performing WagerWorks game titles as the system integrates within the operators existing platform and back office systems.
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