CORE Gaming Brings Land Based Slot Online

Land based Slot developer, Live 5 entered into an agreement with HTML5 games provider CORE Gaming to launch its land based title, The Sky's The Limit, online.

The 20-line Slot features player upgrades for free, bonuses, Free Spins, Wilds and Scatters. The RTP ranges from 86 to 95 percent.

CORE Gaming has a portfolio of over 50 HTML 5 games, which are delivered to over twenty operators across the globe.

CORE CEO Justin Chamberlain said, “Live 5 came to CORE with a totally unique concept, one of the most innovative games we’ve seen for years. The team are thrilled to be delivering ‘The Sky’s The Limit’ to market and we expect great things from it.”
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    I really like seeing land based slots going online. I rarely have enough time to fit going to a land casino into my schedule. This will help me feel less like I'm. missing out, even though I know I still am. What I didn't understand was when they said, " the 20-line Slot features player upgrades for free." What does that mean, "free player upgrades." The only thing I can relate it to is being bumped up to 1st class on an airplane or getting a bigger rental car than the one you reserved and both of those are great. If somebody knows what "free player upgrades" means, p l e a s e let me know, I'm so excited cause it sounds great............
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    Yes, HTML5 means "non flash", different technology all in all. It does not necessarily mean HTML5 is "mobile only" however, as technology allows cross-platform solutions, which means games produced in this technology can on platform and in any kind of browser, from mobile phone to PCs. Known examples are Odobo or Wazdan games.
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    so does html5 games mean "non-flash" games? if so, this is a step in the right direction. i mainly play from my phone because i like to smoke when i play and cannot do that inside where my laptop is. my laptop handles flash perfectly but my phone sometimes can be difficult. i look forward to non flash type gaming.

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