XPG opts out of Flash and switches to HTML5
A distinguished game-content provider and a partner of Slotegrator, XPG, announced that it had caught off a number of its flash games since July 25 due to the moving to HTML5 technology. These products include slots and desktop games available for PCs and mobile devices:
- Royal Blackjack;
- Double exposure;
- Roulette Titanium;
- Roulette Black Diamond;
- Electronic roulette;
- Joker Poker;
- Deuces Wild;
- Deuces and Joker;
- Sweet Surprise;
- Shia Safavids;
- Slot Dunk;
- Redbeard & Co;
- Lost gems in Brussels;
- Lotto Mania;
- Bingo slot;
- Other games:
- Casino War.
All older flash games will be switched into HTML5, wherefore the company has developed an HTML5 mobile client. Updated products will have significant advantages over the previous format:
- Quick download and playback
- Available in any format for general devices by using SVG-scale vector graphics. By now, the games will adapt the playing field's size to the scale of the device without losing the image quality;
- No additional applications or plug-ins are required to start the game.
- Quick integration into any platform.
In addition, the move to HTML5 opens new perspectives for developers because it is easier to create products than using Flash in this format. You can learn more on the XPG games in the section demo Slotegrator.
We recommend our partner's products to every online casino operator who wants to bring the cherry on top to his club and draw a new audience. XPG Games: Quality and safety have priority!
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