London AIM-listed Gaming Realms has launched its new game title ‘Magic Mine’, stating that it has brought ‘the first genuine skill-based’ real-money game to the online casino market.
Specifying its release, Gaming Realms details Magic Mine as a ‘match 3 symbols’ game in the mold of popular social games Gold Rush, Candy Crush and Zuma.
Gaming Realms states that Magic Mine has taken three-year of internal development, with the games developer utilising artificial intelligence to develop the games competitive mechanism instead of standard industry random number generating engines.
Commenting on the release of Magic Mine, Gaming Realms Chief Executive Patrick Southon praised his firm’s development teams stating that the game was an ‘astonishing achievement’ and a milestone for the company.
“This has also been an important investment as we look to broaden our games portfolio offering and deliver the types of games people wish to play,” Southon commented on Magic Mine
“We believe skill-based games will open up a new segment, which will be attractive to new players as well as partners wishing to license our skill-based format”