Online Casino Game for 2009 Movie in Development
By StarTrek.com Staff - January 20, 2011
International Game Technology is giving Star Trek a spin… literally. A worldwide leader in creating both online casino games that people enjoy and casino network systems that amplify the player experience, IGT will showcase its newest online slot game, Star Trek – based on the 2009 film from J.J. Abrams – at the upcoming International Casino Exhibition (ICE), set to be held from January 25-27 at London’s Earl Court Exhibition Centre.
IGT’s Star Trek game – which will be available in countries where gaming is regulated and legalized -- is a 30-payline slot that features authentic visuals and footage from the film. Players are whisked to the bridge of the Enterprise and can control the transporter room. Futuristic free spin bonuses are based on familiar Star Trek officers and players spin until they win. All wins are tripled in Kirk’s Bonus, Uhura’s Bonus includes super scatter pays, growing multipliers are to be accumulated in Scotty’s Bonus and Wild Spock symbols are added to the reels in Spock’s Bonus.
“Star Trek is a major release for IGT and has been developed as a key project over many months to ensure strong brand and game alignment that will excite players,” said Oliver Lofthouse, executive director, EMEA, Interactive. “Branded games are an important part of our product offering, and Star Trek takes the genre to another level through its many immersive features and genuine video content from the film. We think Star Trek fans around the world will truly enjoy playing this online slot game when it goes live in the coming months as it immerses them in both the gaming experience and the Star Trek universe.”
For updates, visit www.igt.com and keep an eye on StarTrek.com as well.
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