New Slots Game ‘Aliens’ Released by NetEnt

One of the world’s most successfull online casino games developer, Netent, has released the highly anticipated new slots game based on the ‘Aliens’ movie franchise during last week’s ICE Totally Gaming conference.

The Aliens slot game is not only themed after one of the most successful movie franchises ever with scores of followers and fans, it also represents Netent’s entry into the 3D online gambling games niche market which is set to become huge in the coming years. Players will have to conquer three levels of the game, namely the “The Search”, “The Encounter” and “The Hive”.

According to the CEO of Netent, Per Eriksson, “Aliens is a genuine classic and we’re very pleased to announce our newest best–in-class video slot as we continue to drive the online casino market forward through better games. We’re certain our latest innovative branded offering will provide excellent value to operators while giving players the thrill of their lives”.

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