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 May 9 through the Quickfire Platform.
“Immortal Romance is an industry icon that still captivates gamers a decade after its release. We are extremely excited for gamers to experience the final chapter of the timeless story and join us in celebrating its 10th anniversary,” said declared Sebastien Perrier, co-founder of Neko Games.
With Immortal Romance Video Bingo, players are once again invited to get lost in a dark tale of love and forbidden intrigue and enjoy a new twist on the classic story, says a press release.
Features include wild ballswhich allows players to choose the next number to call, a Immortal Selector Bonus with payouts of up to 2300x, and the Eternal Chambers bonus which pays up to 3095x.
Bruno Goncalves, Commercial Director based in Gibraltar at Neko Gamesbelieves the release will highlight the studio’s innovative approach to video bingo: “We’ve pulled out all the stops to deliver a game worthy of the Immortal Romance brandfrom its reimagined bonus features to its suspenseful sound effects, players will experience a game that’s surprisingly original and familiar and reassuring.”
“This is the perfect opportunity for us to show a global audience how we are redefining the video bingo experience with cutting-edge graphics and modern, engaging math models,” added Goncalves. “Everything is deliberately created to entertain today’s casino players.
As with other titles produced by the studio, Immortal Romance Video Bingo is designed to act as a bridge between traditional video bingo and modern slot gamesand will use elements from both worlds to produce “a fun, immersive product” that helps convert new gamers into mature gamers.
Previous versions of Neko Games were deliberately designed to target customers in specific regions, but this is the first release which is expected to have global appeal and will support multiple languages at launch including French, Japanese, Chinese and Thai.