Microgaming is ringing in the New Year with several new games.
 
Celebrate the New Year’s good fortune with Lucky Twins. Boasting charming imagery, Lucky Twins is the latest release from Microgaming following the Asian theme. The rhythmic sound of the gong sets the mood for this relaxed and easy-to-play 5x3 reel slot, with 9 selectable pay lines. Representing protection, the Fortune Children symbol acts as the Wild, and players are wished good luck throughout the game by the iconic Meneki Neko waving cat. Lucky Twins launches on download and flash.
 
Joining Lucky Twins for January release is Peek-a-Boo, a comical and colourful 5x4 reel, 40 payline ghost-themed game. Amongst other features, Peek-a-Boo’s special symbol - the quirky kid - zaps ghosts on the reels to award cash prizes and free spins. Using his ray gun on reel three, when quirky kid captures 10 ghosts in the ghost meter, the free spins feature is triggered – up to 13 free spins! During which, the slot expands to 1,024 ways to win. Peek-a-Boo launches on download and flash.
 
Launching on mobile in January is Untamed Giant Panda, a highly popular instalment in Microgaming’s Untamed slot series. The five reel, 243 ways to win game features three bumper features: Collect a Wild, Lucky Nudge and Your Gamble.
 
Last, but certainly not least, Multi-player Mermaids Millions is set to make a splash with players in January. The well-known 5x3 reel, 25 payline slot has been converted for multi-player (in download and Flash), injecting social elements to game play. Up to six players can enter a virtual room where they can view each other’s play, chat and share the action of the bonus rounds.
 
Neill Whyte, Head of Product Channels at Microgaming, comments: “2015 was a busy year for our casino games team, launching nearly 40 games to market, including blockbuster hit Bridesmaids and the stunning Hot as Hades. And for mobile we launched over 30 HTML5 games including popular multi-platform releases Basketball Star and Happy Holidays. As we enter 2016, this January we are bringing diversity to our portfolio with an Asian-inspired game and a spooky classic.”