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Net Entertainment Releasing 'Lost Island' Slot and 'Piggy Riches' Touch

Net Entertainment Releasing 'Lost Island' Slot and 'Piggy Riches' Touch

Net Entertainment, the leading online casino game supplier in the world, announced the release of two new games today, 'Lost Island' and 'Piggy Riches'. The two games are of the usual high Net Entertainment quality, both game play wise and graphic wise and will become two new classics in the casino industry.

Lost Island takes place in a forgotten land which is covered in beautiful and luscious vegetation, with ancient ruins also having their place in the landscape. The players task is to discover an ancient counting device, which was created by a mysterious tribe who used to rule the land of which the game is taking place on.

Players can get plenty of bonuses and freespins while playing the game. When a meadow of lotus flowers appear on the screen, freespins are activated which will spread joy. The sounds are soft to provide the calm and relaxing experience for players and offers a great balance between adrenaline and relaxation.

Piggy Riches is a classic Net Entertainment slot, but this time it is out in a touch version, which means that Net Entertainment has integrated all their latest touch features along with an improved user interface.

“Players are in for a real treat with these two releases that combine all our hallmark features to help stand us out from the crowd. Lost Island and Piggy Riches Touch bring together stunning animations, sounds and game play as we drive the online casino market forward through better games.” Chief Product Officer of Netent, Simon Hammon said.

You can see demo's of the games below.



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