Real Dealer to haunt players with Halloween special
Cinematic games producer branching into thematic titles with Real Spooky Roulette
Real Dealer Studios, the cinematic games producer whose titles have been designed as an alternative to live casino, is promising to get players into the Halloween spirit with a creepy, spine-tingling edition of its smash-hit Real Roulette game.
Set for release on 18 October, Real Spooky Roulette is set against a haunting backdrop of skeletons, jack-o-lanterns and flaming torches, accompanied by an eerie soundtrack which ensures that the hairs will stand up on the back of players’ necks.
The release of Real Dealer’s first holiday-themed game marks a new direction in specialisation for the studio, whose other titles have chiefly taken place in luxury casino surroundings. Similarly, the studio will launch a Christmas-themed roulette in coming weeks. The move into holiday-based specialisation comes on the heels of this summer’s launch of Real Dealer’s first games specialised for the Spanish market.
Real Spooky Roulette takes the same format as other titles in the Real Roulette portfolio, delivering a totally unique player experience. This sees high-quality recorded video of dealers integrated into the random number generator gameplay.
This pioneering approach to game development uses professional actors, film directors and post-production crew to deliver Hollywood levels of production value the likes of which have never before been seen in the online gaming sector.
The carefully curated video sequencing provides the player with a feeling of one-on-one interaction with the dealer. This is in stark contrast to the sometimes noisy and detached experience offered by studio-based live dealer games.
Shane Cotter, Chief Product Officer at Real Dealer Studios, said: “Real Spooky Roulette allows our partners to take advantage of the Halloween season by delivering a themed game that delivers an authentic and engaging online casino experience like no other.
“This is a great addition to our growing portfolio, and we look forward to seeing just how brave players are when they dare to enter Real Spooky Roulette for the first time.”