Jumanji Video Slot Arriving in February
It seems that NetEnt has an affinity for developing video slots based on some of the most popular Hollywood movies, such as Alien, Dracula, and Frankenstein.
The Sweden-based company will soon expand its extensive portfolio consisting of 200 high-quality releases with the game based on the film Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
A Smashing Box Office Hit Coming to the Reels
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is the second movie based on the children’s book of the same name, and a sequel to a 1995 Jumanji movie starring the legendary American comedian Robin Williams.
The latest installment in the franchize brings together Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, and Kevin Hart, and since its launch in December it has become a real box office head, grossing more than $765 million worldwide.
Thanks to the deal NetEnt struck with Sony Pictures, players across the globe will have the chance to enjoy a thrilling new release that will hit the market in February.
We Should Have More Details in Couple of Weeks
Unfortunately, there is no detailed information regarding the upcoming game, but bearing in mind that NetEnt is one of the biggest names in the online gaming industry, we can look forward to a premium title with excellent graphics and sound effect, in combination with scenes from the movie itself.
The company has vast experience in entertainment franchise, and apart from the games based on famous films, in its portfolio, you’ll also find games that draw their inspiration from the music scene, such as Guns N’ Roses, Jimi Hendrix, and Motörhead.
We can confidently say the game will offer a number of special features, especially when it comes to bonus games, while the background scenery could include the magical jungle from the movie. For more information on the game, we’ll have to wait a bit longer.
Founded in 1996, NetEnt is one of the world’s leading suppliers of online casino software, video slots, and other games. Today, the company proudly states its systems process 16 times more transactions than the New York stock exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange by market capitalization of its listed companies.