Casino slot machine maker Aristocrat Leisure Ltd has launched its M*Series featuring six games in one machine.
It says that as well as offering strong appeal to players – by featuring popular games including Buffalo Deluxe, 5 Dragons Diamond Edition and Big Red – the new product should be attractive for venues with limited floor space.
Each game in the M*Series features a multilevel standalone progressive jackpot, and all games offer the option for players to select from a range of bet denominations.
The company says the M*Series is available in three versions with different bundles of games in each.
Player’s World Diamond Edition has 5 Dragons Diamond Edition, Lucky 88 Diamond Edition, Buffalo Deluxe, Big Red, Dollar Bear and Super Bucks IV.
Player’s World Sapphire Edition has 5 Dragons Sapphire Edition, 50 Dragons Deluxe, Timber Wolf Deluxe, Fortune King Deluxe Sapphire Edition, Big Red Deluxe and Black Panther.
The Gold Star Multigame version has what Aristocrat terms its entertainment-focused E*Series games, including Sky Rider, Golden Amulet and Silver Treasures, Moon Maidens – Mona and Selene, Magic Flower – Secret of the Golden Flower, and Magic Flower – Seduction of White Peony.
“For casinos with limited floor space, M*Series is the perfect way to instantly increase variety without expanding the floor,” said Matt Primmer, Aristocrat’s vice president of marketing and product strategy – Americas, in a prepared statement accompanying Thursday’s announcement of the series’ launch.
M*Series is the latest addition to Aristocrat’s collection of games, which includes the C*Series of core games, E*Series of entertainment-style games and J*Series of jackpot-driven games, according to the firm.
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