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Yggdrasil Releases Dark Joker Rizes Slot on HTML5Published January 26, 2015 by Mike P
A new HTML5 framework has enabled Yggdrasil Gaming to release its Dark Joker Rizes slot in tandem on desktop and mobile platforms.
Yggdrasil Gaming has just completed the launch of its new HTML5 framework, with the flagship game being a newly released slot entitled ‘The Dark Joker Rizes’, which is a sequel to Jokerizer. Now available on desktop and mobile devices, The Dark Joker Rizes is a five-reel slot designed with 10 paylines.
Complimenting the dynamic visuals of the new slot are the potentially rewarding extra features. First up are the Mystery Wins, which can occur when you least expect them. Easier features to identify include bonus re-spins, Super Bets, and the appearance of Guaranteed Jokers.
Yggdrasil Gaming CEO Fredrik Elmqvist considers his company’s new game to be ‘a deep, truly feature-rich game and is a sign of things to come’ for the developer. More HTML5 launches are to be expected in the future.
HTML5 to Transform Mobile Casinos
The emergence of HTML5 software will transform the online casino industry, with developers able to develop for a single platform, as opposed to creating a litany of apps to serve a multitude of purposes. As a result, any user with an HTML5 web browser will be able to access games almost immediately on their mobile device.
In the case of Yggdrasil, the developer was able to release The Dark Joker Rizes simultaneously on desktop and mobile devices. Before using HTML5, Yggdrasil had to essentially create different versions of the same games. Now, though, gamers no longer have to wait until a later date for mobile versions to emerge after new releases from Yggdrasil.
Fredrik Elmqvist has promised that its partners will be able to ‘[launch] games simultaneously on desktop and mobile’, which will allow them to ‘streamline their marketing spend with one game launch campaign across all platforms.’ At present, Yggdrasil is working to migrate existing games such as Draglings and Reef Run over to its HTML5 framework.