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Evoplay Entertainment will present a disruptive slot game at ICE 2018 – Necromancer.

Necromancer is a slot based on unique Full HTML5 3D technology, allowing players to experience total immersion in the 3D world, namely free camera rotation, full VR on your smartphone’s browser without any additional downloads, unique gameplay mechanics and a completely new level of 360-degree game experience.

According to the gameplay, Necromancer raises warriors on regular spins. When scoring a winning combination, he sacrifices the warrior in the name of black magic. This action activates a re-spin with a ‘raise of the army’ feature, which increases the chance of raising these warriors. Carrying out a ritual, Necromancer may find an ancient treasure, which in turn activates five free spins. Each free spin unlocks the ‘raise of the army’ feature.

Necromancer allows for full 3D on any device; the possibility to move the camera to change the view and enjoy the gaming process in the most comfortable way. It not only allows players to experience a realistic 3D environment, but the chance to also interact with it, by clicking on different objects during the game. The slot seamlessly combines captivating plot with user-friendly mechanics.

Necromancer will launch in February and run on all platforms, including mobile, VR, tablets, desktop and smart TV, in most regions of the world.

The integration with the Evoplay game platform is simple and takes one week. There are two types of integration: clients integration after Evoplay API; and Evoplay integration into the client’s API.

The entire Evoplay portfolio supports all ISO currencies, popular cryptocurrencies and is open for localization into European and Asian languages.

Find Evoplay at stand S6-108 at ICE.

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