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Upcoming Pokies From NetEnt

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In our view, NetEnt pokies and games are a touch above the rest when it comes to online casino entertainment. The developer continually provides quality online gaming products. You can find out what the developer is up to this year by reading our review of top NetEnt upcoming pokies.

1. Cash-O-Matic Pokie

Cash-O-Matic by NetEnt features 5-reels, 4-rows and 1024 bet ways. The game is designed with the look of an old-style cash machine.  The game features multipliers and free spins.  The number of free spins that you get is equivalent to the number of scatters that you collect. You can win a minimum of ten free spins, but considering that you can potentially win 18 scatters on a single reel, you can win up to 18x5 free spins.

The multiplier is awarded if at least one row is filled with the winning symbols. The more the rows, the greater the value of the multiplier, which ranges from 1-50x.  The game is scheduled to be released on June 24.

2. Conan Video Pokie

This is a character-themed pokie based on the legendary Conan.  The fearsome barbarian will soon be terrorizing casinos online.  For several decades, Conan has been the subject of many books, films, board games and comics. But now, NetEnt is giving it a complete makeover.

The sword and sorcery-themed pokie will boost NetEnt’s renowned portfolio of player-favourite branded video slots that encompass a range of genres including world-famous television brands and film.

Commenting on the expected title, Bryan Upton, Director of Games at NetEnt said that Conan is a character and a brand with an eccentric history, and masses of fan all over the world. He stated that the developer is honoured to be creating their own adaption of Conan and cannot wait to give him the hallmark Net Entertainment treatment.

3. Grand Spinn

This is a jackpot game that will take you back to the deluxe and splendid times of Art Deco.  It features three reels and one line with multiple wilds, a nudge feature and three jackpots. The game comes in two versions: Grand Spinn Superhot and Grand Spinn with the former having a progressive super jackpot. It is possible to trigger a jackpot win and the multiplier wins along with the nudging reels with each spin.

4. Mercy Of The Gods

This game is based in Egyptian mythology. Mercy Of The Gods takes you to Egypt where an adventurous archeologist has just discovered an ancient pyramid. The game allows players to join her as she seeks to solve its mysteries and unlock its treasures.  Isis, the goddess of life and prosperity will award you the Gift of Life Re-spins with the gift of Double Wilds. The eye of Ra is the scatter symbol and triggers free spins.  You will use the bonus symbols to get to the realm of Anubis to unlock the Gift of Wealth Jackpot.  This game is scheduled to be released on July 4.

5. Ozzy Osbourne Video Pokie

This is a music-themed title based on the living music legend Ozzy Osbourne.  The artist has sold more than 100 million albums as a solo artist and as Black Sabbath’s lead vocalist. He is now going to be starring in NetEnt’s licensed pokies portfolio once the game launches.

Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Games commented on the development and said that Rock Stars do not become much greater, more famous or charismatic than Ozzy Osbourne.  Thanks to his huge personality and exceptional influence to music, Ozzy has established a loyal and fervent following for the last 50 years. The company is excited to bring his success to the reels for gamers to enjoy.  The deal was brokered by Global Merchandising Services- Ozzy’s merchandising and brand management partner.

6. Spinsane

Wolves have taken to the casino thanks to Spinsane. This is a 5-reel, 3-row and 27-betline video pokie that is based on typical stepper mechanics. The game features scatter symbols, wild symbols, super symbols, regular symbols and blanks. For each winning bet line, the super symbols can substitute the matching regular symbols to pay the highest possible winning combos. The game also features free spins.

Last Updated: July 22, 2019