Microgaming revamps two classics for a ‘sweet February’

Industry games developer Microgaming has revamped two of its most popular slots ‘Secret Romance’ and ‘Fruit Vs Candy’, as it gears up for a ‘sweet February’.

Ahead of Valentine’s Day (14 February) Microgaming asks players to ‘flirt with fortune’ relaunching 5-reel and 15 payline instant slot ‘Secret Romance’.  Microgaming has boosted the slot by adding additional ‘Scatter Bonuses’ which trigger multiple free spins and a game multiplier feature.


Fresh for February, Microgaming has relaunched 5-reel classic ‘Fruit vs Candy’. The 243 payline slot has been revamped with new ‘vibrant graphics’, as Microgaming aims to create a best-in-class fruit and candy themed slot.

‘Fruit vs Candy’ gameplay has been enhanced with Microgaming adding ‘random cash prizes’, bonus trigger rounds and a free spins ‘Sugar Rush’ round.


The revamped Secret Romance and Fruit Vs Candy will go live on both desktop and mobile on 1st February 2017, with new free games and achievement features.

David Reynolds, Games Publisher at Microgaming, comments:

“February’s new releases focus on love, food and a neon classic! Fruit vs Candy offers players a choice of two game modes, enabling them to pick the features they enjoy most. Whilst Secret Romance brings engaging gameplay features including mystery symbols and an increasing multiplier trail in free spins, which will really heighten the suspense and enjoyment. Rabcat also delivers a fun, vibrant slot in Classic 243, combining a great style of game with a novel free spins feature.”

Microgaming will be displaying its full games content at ICE 2017 (7-9 February, ExCeL London, at Stand N5-220.)

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