Sydney, Australia-based slots developer Lightning Box has seen a variety of its “classic titles” upgraded in HTML5, with the idea of bringing them “to the next generation of players”.
Amongst those included as part of the deal includes Chilli Gold, Frogs ‘n Flies and Serengeti Diamonds, which “were originally designed in Flash when founders Peter Causley and David Little first began designing content for Chartwell Technology in 2010”.
Also forming part of the revamped games now available in the most up-to-date format are Diamond Tower, Angel’s Touch, Moon Temple, and Lost Temple, which will be distributed to European operators by SG Digital, with a route to online counterparts in New Jersey and Canada also included as part of a recent extension to the deal.
Peter Causley, Lightning Box managing director and co-founder, stated: “Our classic games have built up quite a reputation among players over the last decade or so, and have quite rightly taken their place in the slots hall of fame.
“Players demand has seen them upgraded for the latest technologies on the most up-to-date devices, and we are now able to put them in front of a new generation who are appreciating them afresh.”
Lightning Box’s extended agreement with SG Digital was inked last week, and saw a deal reached to supply its content to online operators in North America.
Under the terms of the deal the organisation is to see its portfolio of titles go live in the New Jersey market early next year, with a variety of games set to be made available, including Jackaroo Jack, Respin Rhino, Astro Cat and the forthcoming Stellar Jackpot Silver Lion, to players across mobile and desktop.
Dylan Slaney, SVP of gaming at SG Digital, explained: “Lightning Box’s gaming content is a proven performer for us in online casino in Europe, and we look forward to working together with them in North America as well.
“This deal is a great reflection on the global opportunities we can offer to our content partners. Adding their fresh, quality games will help us provide our customers with more varied content to entertain and engage their online customers.”