game, a new fully immersive slot gaming experience from
WMS Gaming Inc.
, a subsidiary of WMS Industries Inc. (NYSE:WMS), will swing into action at the twelfth annual Global Gaming Expo (
), October 2-4 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas. The latest Sensory Immersion premium participation slot game to debut from WMS leverages the “spider-sense” tingling performance of the Company’s synchronized motion chair with the advanced sound and graphics powered by WMS’ next-generation
operating platform to bring the thrills, excitement and sense of wonder of Marvel Entertainment’s iconic
to casino slot floors.
slot game is WMS’ second game to feature the Sensory Immersion 2.0 synchronized motion system technology pioneered by D-BOX Technologies (TSX:DBO), following on the heels of the successful
Aladdin & The Magic Quest®
theme that is proving popular with players across the country and generating superior coin-in performance across casino floors. The
game is a “dual-array game” providing reel-spinning video action across two full 5x3 reel layouts with each spin, along with six random “Spider-Sense” features and exciting bonus rounds that include video and audio clips from the original film trilogy. Alternatively, players may experience the advanced graphics and the perfectly synchronized motion of their chair with the video graphics in an exciting bonus battle featuring the
game also features a first-of-its-kind take on Free Spins, enabled only through the increased capabilities of WMS’ new, third-generation
operating platform. The pure horsepower of the
platform makes it possible to synchronize the movement of the motion chair with the action of the exciting movie clips playing behind the reels during the spins, and also to have as many as eight reel sets spinning simultaneously on each play in the bonus round. Players will find this bonus even more exciting with the possibility of multipliers up to 50x the credits awarded on all reel sets’ line wins.
“Following the tremendous player reaction to our recent
Aladdin & The Magic Quest
game, our exciting new
game is a premium participation game that leverages the capabilities and functionality made possible by our next-generation
platform,” said Phil Gelber, Senior Vice President, Product Development of WMS Gaming. “The
platform is revolutionizing the slot experience by bringing a heightened level of excitement to the casino floor through a fully immersive sensory experience of sound, sight and motion. Our game developers have done an excellent job integrating the proven capabilities of motion chair technology to deliver the thrills and adventure inherent in the iconic
brand and feature films. Our Sensory Immersion 2.0 platform with the
operating system delivers enhanced graphics and sound, superior play mechanics and advanced touch screen technology, all integrated into the game play. This game demonstrates one of the many unique experiences WMS is able to bring to casino slot floors as we support our customers’ efforts to fully engage players with slot entertainment that increases player loyalty at their favorite casinos.”
See the new
Sensory Immersion 2.0 game along with more than 100 other new exciting participation and for-sale games that reflect WMS’ commitment to “
Engaging Players. Delivering Results.™
” that will be on display at
2012 (booth #1118).
WMS serves the gaming industry worldwide by designing, manufacturing and marketing games, video and mechanical reel-spinning gaming machines, video lottery terminals and in gaming operations, which consists of the placement of leased participation gaming machines in legal gaming venues. The Company also develops and markets digital gaming content, products, services and end-to-end solutions that address global online wagering and play-for-fun social, casual and mobile gaming opportunities. WMS is proactively addressing the next stage of casino gaming floor evolution with its
® networked gaming solution, a suite of systems technologies and applications designed to increase customers’ revenue generating capabilities and operational efficiency. More information on WMS can be found at
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