New Mobile Casino Games Released This Month Impress Gamblers
Sep 19, 2011
Four mobile casino software developers released 4 new mobile casino games this month, impressing gamblers and analysts.
According to mobile gambling news, September has been a busy month for the developers of mobile casino games, as six independent mobile software companies released six impressive titles which were applauded by both analysts and mobile casino gamblers.
The first company making the mobile news was Party Poker, which released a real money mobile poker game for the Android mobile operating system.
The popularity of online poker has not caught on the mobile platform which analysts blame on a slower rate of technological advancements of mobile battery power storage.
Since mobile devices have a relatively short battery charge, most mobile casino users prefer to gamble ‘on the go’, instead of spending hours playing poker tournaments.
Rank group has released an interactive mobile bingo game specifically for the Android platform which is based on the popular television program ‘Britain Got Talent’.
Probability PLC, the parent of UK’s most popular mobile casino – LadyLucks Mobile Casino – unveiled a new mobile casino slot called Knight’s Quest.
Knight’s Quest is a 5-reel, 30 pay-line mobile slots built using some of the latest features of high end smartphones which produces amazing digital sound along with smooth animations to deliver an exciting mobile slot gaming experience.
Mobile casino players can expect dragons, princesses but we can guarantee that green ogres or donkeys will not be making guest appearance.
The always popular online progressive slot – Mega Moolah – has been released by Spin 3 mobile casino software developers, in partnership with Microgaming, as a native Android mobile casino game.
This means that the rich graphics, amazing sound effects and that humongous progressive mobile jackpot can finally be enjoyed by Android gamblers in its full glory.
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