Yggdrasil revamps ‘iSENSE’ mobile platform

Krzysztof Opałka – Yggdrasil

Industry games and platform provider, Yggdrasil Gaming has announced it will launch a revamped version of its  ‘iSENSE’ HTML client framework over the coming weeks, with a host of upgrades designed to enhance the user experience.

iSENSE 2.0+ is set to go fully live in the summer, although some features will be available earlier on new titles, including the upcoming Power Plant.

The upgrades include a new, minimalistic UI for both mobile and desktop, that has been designed with a sleek and modern feel in step with the latest trends in mobile app development.

From a UX perspective, the upgraded framework facilitates in-game deposits, allowing players to go to the deposit screen with a single click without leaving the game client.

Future games, starting with Power Plant, will also support Retina Display screens and Force Touch, meaning Yggdrasil’s renowned visuals will look even crisper on high definition screens.

There will also be new splash screens later in the year, based off formulas that have proved successful in social gaming.

Krzysztof Opałka, Chief Product Officer at Yggdrasil Gaming, said: “iSENSE 2.0+ is yet another game-changer from Yggdrasil, so we are delighted to announce its upcoming launch.

“Several of the new features are already available for operators to trial, and we will be rolling out the full framework in the coming months. We are always looking at ways to enhance the user experience, and iSENSE 2.0+ has been designed with exactly this in mind.”

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