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All the way back in September we announced that The Invisible Man would be coming in December, both on desktop and mobile at the same time, as it has been created in HTML5 which greatly enhances the games performance, ability and potential. Now, we have the first glimpse footage of how exactly The Invisible Man on Netent Touch will look and, safe to say, I am excited.
I said earlier how The Invisible Man is one of my most anticipated new Netent slots of the year and the Netent Touch version is no different. I love playing on the go and Netent Touch makes it possible for me to play my favourite Netent slots, wherever I am. As long as I have my smartphone or tablet and an internet connection, I’m good to go.
The Invisible Man is packed with fun features and extras and bonuses and a hundred reasons to call this your favourite and not a single thing is compromised with the Netent Touch version. Everything is included from Walking Wilds, to Re-Spins, Free Spins to Bonus Games (both of them!).
The quality looks impeccable from the video and we know from my other Netent Touch reviews that the quality is never lacking. With clear, crisp graphics, and sound quality to match the visuals (although sound can easily be turned off!) you will hardly even know you’re playing on a different device.
It’s fair to assume that I’m just as excited to play the Netent Touch version of The Invisible Man, as the desktop version and I think it’s great that they’re able to release both versions at the same time! HTML5 makes it much easier for Netent to optimise games for mobile as well as desktops, without having to re-write the entire game from scratch, as has been the case with all other Netent Touch releases. From now on, we can expect most new Netent releases to include both versions and it wont be long until every single Netent game can be played perfectly on our tablet and smartphone devices. Hooray!