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We’re always excited about new NetEnt slots, but sometimes we have to say goodbye too. It’s been six months since we bid Frankenstein, Evolution, and others farewell – but unfortunately more are on the horizon. A late-summer cleanout is set for 5th September, so there’s still time for a few final spins…
If you’re wondering why older NetEnt titles seem to be getting the chop, we think it’s most likely to do with the expiration of certain licences. This is especially the case with branded games such as Frankenstein and Aliens – as there was uproar when both of NetEnt’s South Park slots were pulled.
Altrhough NetEnt tend to release new video slots around midday CET, we can’t confirm what time exactly the below games will be taken off online casino shelves on 5th September.
However, unlike in the past when players previously complained about a lack of foresight, we can at least give you a bit of advance notice. This will allow you to continue your epically hot summer by hitting the reels of some NetEnt classics one final time.
NetEnt’s Glow video slot, initially exclusively developed for the casinos of Betsson Group, brings Nordic mysticism to the reels.
The game was inspired by the Northern Lights, with a soothing new-age-like soundtrack, plus a display of beautiful colours and animal symbols, taking you to another world.
See if the free spins, wilds and multiplier features do the trick for you, while enjoying a magical Nordic night sky experience one last time. You can even go back to where it all began…
Another magical game, that was again initially developed for one particular casino, is Fantasini: Master of Mystery. Fantasini pays homage to the illusionists and escape artists of the early 20th century, as the name is inspired by the legendary Houdini himself.
Fantasini uses the 243 ways to win payout mechanic, so you’ll be looking for symbols on consecutive reels rather than set-in-stone patterns.
The game has a theatrical design and fitting soundtrack, offering symbol-substituting wilds and a linked-reel feature. Be transported into a world of wonder and make-believe before the permanent disappearing act.
NetEnt’s NRVNA: The NXT Experience was also exclusively available at a handful of online casinos before the rest – have we spotted a trend here? Are NetEnt removing slot games that made the spotlight earlier than expected? We’ll have to wait and see – but this slot certainly captured the imaginations of many iGamers…
NRVNA is particularly unique – with the end result looking like a futuristic homage to the classic fruit machine!
Accompanied by a synth-pop soundtrack, place your bets on NRVNA while you can – as from early next month, it’ll be available no more. Similarly to Glow, you can head to where NRVNA was first exposed…
Ah, our hypothesis was wrong – as the next expiring NetEnt slot is Big Bang, which made its debut appearance at the majority of our casinos. It’s another outer space affair though, taking us all the way back to the much-disputed beginning of life itself.
Super-charge your wins with the Big Bang mutliplier meter feature!
Use Big Bang’s power to experience cosmic gaming fun before this slot universe implodes – and we can think of only one outer space platform to do it the ultimate justice…
The final NetEnt slot expiring on 5th September 2018 is the quirky Tornado: Farm Escape. Telling the story of animals on a mission to escape their overworked farming days, you could say this is NetEnt’s answer to a Chicken Run slot – but with only a few eggs left to hatch.
Animals and farm household effects make up the bulk of the symbols, while a country music soundtrack accompanies each spin.
The slot game’s Storm and Tornado features can help you win extra stormy winnings, as the farm animals strive for a well-deserved adventure. If you’re looking for a little escapade of your own, why not start with one of iGaming’s award-winning adventure casinos?