Developer Microgaming has unveiled its games roadmap for the month of December 2021.
The brand new roadmap is the last of 2021, and it reveals when games will release throughout the month of December. The games releasing have all been created by various developers that have partnered with Microgaming to launch with the studio’s casino operators.
At the time of writing, several games have already launched, including SpinPlay Games’ Amazing Link Riches, JustForTheWin’s Plenty Of Presents, Gong Gaming Technologies’ Empire Shields, Aurum Signature Studios’ Book Of Mrs Claus, Pulse 8 Studios’ Fortune Rush, Fonsi Nieto from MGA, Hacksaw Gaming’s Snow Scratcher, and Crazy Tooth Studios’ Golden Hook.
On December 9th, Snowborn Games will release its Cat Clans slot, a feline-friendly casino game that sees players join Clan Mac Cattus on their quest to make big wins. The game comes with various features, including Multiplier Wilds, Cat-A-Pult Free Spins, Sticky Wild symbols, and the Clan Battle Bonus, in which four cats compete for the top clan title.
Inspired Gaming is also launching a video slot on December 9th, its Space Invaders games. This is followed by Pirate Pays MegaWays from Big Time Gaming on December 13th and Gamevy’s Christmas In Papertown on December 14th.
On the same day, Neon Valley Studios will release its Arctic Enchantress slot, which is jam-packed with special features. The magical and ice-themed casino game includes the Link&Win mechanic, a Free Spins mode, portrait Wild symbols, Nudging Wilds, a Column Boost feature, Cash Prizes, a Win Booster, and plenty more for you to enjoy.
The final game to release in December is Links Of Ra by Slingshot Studios. In this slot, Ancient Egypt merges with sci-fi to create a game that is completely unique by reimagining the time of gods Ra, Sobek, Anubis, and Sekhmet. The special features available in this slot include a Free Spins mode, Stacked symbols, Jackpot Prizes, and the Link&Win mechanic too.
The news comes after Microgaming released its November 2021 roadmap and announced that it’s agreed to sell its Quickfire distribution business and games to the newly-founded Games Global Limited.