Microgaming Prepping Fresh Games for ICE 2019Published February 3, 2019 by Mike P
Microgaming has a revealed a number of new games that are going to debut at the ICE Totally Gaming 2019 conference this February.
Final preparations are underway for the ICE Totally Gaming conference, which shall run from 5-7 February 2019 in London. In the case of Microgaming, it has emerged the software provider is ready to lift the lid on a number of new games that are due for release this year.
Microgaming has already revealed that the new games come from six separate development studios. Starting with Fortune Factory Studios, the developer has been working on a 70s slot called Village People, which is steeped in disco nostalgia.
Agent Jane Blonde Returns
Coming from Stormcraft Studios, the next release is Agent Jane Blonde Returns. This is a sequel that arrives nearly 15 years after the original Agent Jane Blonde emerged in 2005. Ultimately, the slot shall build upon the original super spy formula.
Speaking of heroines, Microgaming shall also revisit the Tomb Raider franchise in 2019. Developed by Triple Edge Studios, the Lara Croft slot shall be the third game in the series, following Tomb Raider and Tomb Raider: Secret of the Sword.
Shogun of Time
Microgaming will collaborate once again with Just for the Win, having previously released Deco Diamonds. On this occasion, Just for the Win shall deliver Shogun of Time as an experience combining cyber-punk with time travel.
Slingshot Studios will also have the chance to bring out a game at Microgaming casinos. At this point, it sounds like Banana Odyssey will be a quirky experience, considering that apes and space travel are the principal elements involvements.
Microgaming shall also use ICE as an opportunity to showcase a new table game in the form of Blackjack. This is made by an independent developer called Switch Studios, which previously brought out Roulette. Billed as a prestige table game, Blackjack can be expected to deliver enhanced 3D graphics and a more robust gaming engine.