Buenos Aires-based game design and development studio Neko Games announced this week the release date of the new title “Immortal Romance Video Bingo“, which will be launched on May 9th through the Quickfire platform.
“Immortal Romance is an industry icon that still captivates players a decade after its release. We’re incredibly excited for players to discover the latest chapter in the timeless story and join us in celebrating its 10-year anniversary” said Sebastian Perrier, co-founder of Neko Games.
With Immortal Romance Video Bingo, players are once more invited to get lost in a dark tale of forbidden love and intrigue and enjoy a new twist on the classic tale, a press release explains.
Features include Wild Balls, which allows players to choose the next number to be called, an Immortal Picker Bonus with wins of up to 2300x, and the Eternal Chambers Bonus which pays up to 3095x.
Bruno Goncalves, the Gibraltar-based Commercial Director at Neko Games, believes the release will highlight the studio’s innovative approach to video bingo: “We’ve gone all out to deliver a game worthy of the Immortal Romance brand, from its reimagined bonus features to its suspenseful sound effects, players will experience a game that’s surprisingly original and reassuringly familiar.”
“It’s the perfect opportunity for us to show a global audience how we’re redefining the video bingo experience with cutting-edge graphics and engaging, modern maths models,” Goncalves added. “Everything is purposefully created to entertain today’s casino players.”
As with other titles produced by the studio, Immortal Romance Video Bingo is designed to act as the bridge between traditional video bingos and modern slot games, and will use elements from both worlds to produce “a fun and immersive product” which helps to convert new players into mature gamblers.
Previous releases from Neko Games have been deliberately designed to target customers in specific regions, but this is the first release that’s expected to have worldwide appeal and will support several languages at launch, including French, Japanese, Chinese and Thai.