|By PR Newswire||
|February 3, 2014 03:00 AM EST||
LAS VEGAS, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Real Deal Interactive, a leading developer of mobile social casino gaming platforms, announced today the addition of four new game titles to its Lucky Loot Casino mobile app.
Available for download on Apple, Android or Kindle devices, Lucky Loot Casino is a mobile social casino gaming app that offers games licensed exclusively from slot manufacturers that supply real US casinos. These games use the same algorithms, art and animations found on casino floors, giving the player an authentic casino gaming experience from their mobile device.
Lucky Loot Casino mobile app is the only social casino app to offer players real-world loyalty rewards. While other casino apps only award virtual currency to players, Lucky Loot Casino players earn "Lucky Gems" which can be redeemed for physical gift cards to a variety of major national retailers, which are shipped directly to players' doors. In addition, Lucky Loot Casino players not only have the option to purchase more virtual coins for play, they also have the option to purchase loyalty multipliers called "Lightning Boosts" which increase the rate of progress toward earning "Lucky Gems" with each spin.
Lucky Loot Casino currently showcases four popular casino slot games – Wicked Mad Hot, Cashablanca, Ragin' Bull, and Big and Bad. The four new game titles to be released are:
- Fishing for Bucks – Featuring playful underwater characters, Fishing for Bucks offers 5 reels, 25 paylines and a Free Spins bonus, during which wins are doubled.
- Blazing Wilds –Jester hats are Wild and 3 or more Heart Scatter symbols will take you to the Free Spins bonus, during which all wins are doubled.
- Triple Sevens – Among iconic fruit and bar symbols, the Triple Sevens symbol triggers a Pick Bonus game where your bet is multiplied by the winning multiplier.
- Lightning Strikes Twice – Featuring stormy symbol animations and sounds, 3 or more Lightning Scatter symbols triggers the Free Spin Bonus, during which all wins are doubled.
"We are delighted to add these four new titles to our current lineup of popular slot games on the Lucky Loot Casino mobile app," said Faisal Siddiqui, CEO and President of Real Deal Interactive. "I am confident that the addition of these new titles, along with the regular release of new slot titles, will continue to drive the success we have already experienced with the Lucky Loot Casino app as well as greatly enhance the white label offering with our B2B partners, including land-based casinos and other national entertainment brands."
Since its launch in October 2013, the number of Daily Active Users (DAU) on Lucky Loot Casino has grown by the tens of thousands each month.
About Real Deal Interactive
Real Deal Interactive (RDI) is a developer of mobile social casino gaming platforms that combine free-to-play gaming with real-world loyalty rewards. RDI's flagship product is Lucky Loot Casino, a mobile app that rewards players with "Lucky Gems" which can be redeemed for physical gift cards. Available for Apple, Android or Kindle devices, Lucky Loot Casino offers slot games licensed exclusively from casino slot manufacturers. For more information, visit http://www.realdealinteractive.com/ or http://luckylootcasino.com/.
SOURCE Real Deal Interactive
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