From Flash to HTML5: NetEnt Slots Offer More Convenience
NetEnt converts its slot game portfolio from Flash to HTML5 to ensure smooth and unparalleled gaming experience across all devices.
With Flash support ending at the end of 2020, the leading game content provider has started transporting its popular slot games to the mobile platform. This move is also in line with the increased number of mobile casino players in the past years, hinting a market shift in terms of the gambling platforms players prefer to use.
NetEnt Slots: From Flash to HTML5
NetEnt is one of the longest running software providers on the market. Since 1996, the company has made a significant amount of games since its inception. Most of these games are in Flash format.
HTML5 allows for better graphics, animations, and sounds. It is supported by any modern browsers in both desktop computers and mobile devices. This makes HTML5 games work well on almost any platform that uses the latest browsers. Players will get the same amazing experience out of their game whether they are accessing it on their home PC or on their phone while riding a bus.
Henrik Fagerlund, chief product officer of NetEnt, said:
“This is an exciting time as we expand our technological reach and it is crucial we are able to give players the chance to keep playing their favourite games. We just recently released upgrades for four of our classic titles: Dracula, Jackpot 6000, Excalibur, Spellcast. Given the growth of mobile gaming, we have to continue establishing ourselves as an industry leader by making these advancements and moving with the times.”
NetEnt has converted some of its slots and table games to the new format and plans to release an HTML5 version of its video poker and other casino games like Baccarat soon. These table games will follow the successful launch of NetEnt Live games.
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Popular NetEnt Slots Now in HTML5
NetEnt plans to revitalize many of its best games. Players can look forward to a better looking version of the following games.
Dracula Slot – Dracula is a branded slot based on Bram Stoker’s classic vampire story. One of its notable features is the Bat feature. This turns a random cluster of icons on the reels into the same symbol.
Jackpot 6000 Slot – Jackpot 6000 is a classic slot-styled game. The name comes from the jackpot prize of 6,000 coins, which can be won by winning the mystery prize by matching two Jesters. The mystery prize ranges from 10 coins to 6,000 coins. Players automatically get 6,000 coins for matching three Jester symbols.
Excalibur Slot – Excalibur is NetEnt’s take on the King Arthur mythos. The game offers plenty of multiplier opportunity. Matching symbols with a regular Wild symbol can double its payout. Getting a match with a Golden Wild can quadruple the payout of the symbols it matches.
Spellcast Slot – Spellcast is a fantasy-themed slot that features witches and wizards. The main draw of the game is its Free Spins mode which gives players 15 free games. What’s more, any matches made during Free Spins get triple its payout.
With these slots and more now in HTML5 format, NetEnt assures players of more convenience and even better chances of winning, especially with the addition of new game features like the Free Round widget.
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