Microgaming to Develop Jurassic Park Slots

Microgaming, one of the world’s biggest online casino software developers, has entered into an exclusive agreement with Universal Partnerships and Licensing in order to develop a new slots game themed after the popular blockbuster trilogy, Jurassic Park.

The game will feature five reels and five free spin level with hidden prizes and a number of bonus levels, depending on the type of dinosaur chosen to play with. The first slot game to be deplayed is scheduled for launch in Summer and the sequels will follow in time.

According to Microgaming CEO, Roger Raatgever, “It’s a film that we can draw parallels from in terms of our game creation and our aim to deliver the most visionary and imaginative gaming experiences to the end player. The Jurassic Park brand is legendary, and our game development team is busy creating an all-mighty slot for release later in the year”.

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