Robyn Slot from Genesis Gaming Released at Flash and HTML5 CasinosPublished October 14, 2014 by Mike P
Genesis Games has released its new Robyn video slot across four Flash and HTML5 casino software platforms.
Genesis Gaming of Nevada has just released a brand new video slot called Robyn across four leading online casino platforms. Among the well-known software platforms are Odobo, Leander, Openbet, and Microgaming Quickfire. The launch of Robyn will ensure that thousands of online casino players are able to experience it from the outset.
Background on Robyn Slot
The name of the online slot is derived from the lead character, Robyn, who is an expert archer. She can be seen riding atop a white horse during the course of the game, as she embarks upon a fairytale adventure to protect her village from a wicked sorceress. All in all, the game is firmly rooted in classic fairytale storytelling. For slot design, Genesis has utilised a classic five-reel design featuring 243 ways to win. Three or more wild symbols will trigger the Wild Arrow Free Spins Feature.
Flash and HTML5 Delivery
In addressing compatibility, Genesis Gaming has adopted the innovative approach of developing Robyn to function on Flash and HTML5-powered casino platforms. This strategy will ensure that Robyn is available both on desktop and mobile devices alike. Additionally, there will be minimal mobile limitations because specialist apps do not need to be required to deliver the slot game to players.
Simultaneous Mobile-Desktop Release
In the wake of the release, Genesis managing director Geoffrey Hansen has explained that the company’s strategy is to implement its releases on open gaming platforms that are mobile friendly. To that end, Genesis depends on its Conception XD framework to create games that are ready for simultaneous desktop and mobile releases at launch. And genesis appears to have found a winning strategy for competing in the industry. Neill Whyte of Microgaming has since shared that Robyn is the first external game to launch in Quickfire at the same time for Flash and HTML5.