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CasinoWebScripts Unveils New Series of Slot Games With Zero Monthly Royalties for Operators

Company Updates Games Collection Using Classic Themes such As Egypt, Farm Life and Beach

BUCHAREST, Romania, Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Today, the casino software development company CasinoWebScripts announced the release of 5 new slot games for online casino operators. In order to meet their customers' demands, CasinoWebScripts created 3 slot games inspired from the history of Egypt, one redneck-themed slot game and one classic, beach-themed slot.

Of the new collection of Egyptian slots games, a spokesperson for CasinoWebScripts said: "Taking into consideration that Egypt is one of the main themes preferred by gaming enthusiasts, our company developed 3 mystical games which include characters that can be recognized by the majority of casino players."

The first title that CasinoWebScripts released is "Cleopatra's Ancient Treasures", an enchanting game that catches anyone's attention with its abundance of extra features, such as a pyramid bonus feature, jackpot wheel bonus feature, bonus "pick me" feature, three jackpots, freespins and more. Another exciting Egypt-themed title is "Secrets of Ra". In this game, players are invited to discover the mysteries of the God of the Sun by revealing features such as re-spins, bonuses and freespins. The third title suggested by casino software development company CasinoWebScripts is the 9-line slot game "The Golden Serpent", which includes an eye-catching bonus game, a jackpot feature and freespins.

When it comes to the new redneck-themed game, "Redneck Dynasty", the spokesperson for CasinoWebScripts added: "We are proud to present this colorful, humor-filled game that will be adored by all those who enjoy funny-themed slots." The casino software developers also announced the release of a classic beach-themed slot, "Scatter Beach Party", with interesting features like freespin and re-spin, completed by a set of very attractive graphics and animations.

CasinoWebScripts' spokesperson also announced: "We are pleased to say that we will soon expand our games portfolio for the mobile casino gaming industry. Thus, we would like to inform our customers that our company will develop mobile games by the end of 2014. We are also going to create a new set of casino games, which includes 'Rock, Paper, Scissors', 'Penalty Challenge' and many more."

About CasinoWebScripts: CasinoWebScripts is a casino software development company that made its mark on the online gambling scene by offering personalized solutions without requiring monthly fees from operators. Founded in 2009, the company has already developed a complete online gaming portfolio that includes a wide range of top quality casino games. CasinoWebScripts' random number generator has been officially certified by iTech Labs as of March 2014, as well as some of their video slot games.

Media Contact: Florin Michael , 08082348664, [email protected]

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