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Net Entertainment Release Details Of New Slots For 2015

Online slot developer and provider Net Entertainment have just released the initial details for their first slot releases for 2015.

The news suggests that we will see at least 5 new titles from NetEnt in the first half of 2015, and the provider who has offices in both Malta and Sweden will be looking to follow up on a strong 2014, which saw popular releases from them such as Aliens, Cosmic Fortune, EggOMatic and South Park Reel of Chaos.

At this stage NetEnt is planning on a releasing a slot a month for the first 5 months of the year, and we have listed them here in date order with as much information as possible that we have been able to find out so far.

Tornado Farm

Tornado Farm is the first off the line and has been scheduled for a 22 January release.

While details are scant at the moment, it is known that the slot will consist of 5 reels and 20 paylines, and with the release date only a few weeks away, NetEnt are expected to ramp up the promotion of this slot very soon.

Steam Tower

Steam Tower will fill the February spot and is thought that the game will feature an adventure theme set in some type of tower.

A preview trailer is doing the rounds, and information gleaned from that seems to suggest that there might be a battle element attached to the game in the form of a confrontation with a dragon.

Spinate Grande

March is the designated month for the appearance of the new Spinate Grande slot.

Going by the title it is thought that game will feature a Latin theme, which always proves popular with games who appreciate a light-hearted approach and a bit of frivolity.


Perhaps the game that has the most people talking is NetEnt’s potential Dracula release.

NetEnt has secured a licensing deal with movie maker Universal Studios and as such this release should be the real deal with all the associated bells and whistles.

Just which interpretation of the many NetEnt puts forward remains to be seen, but earlier conjecture has the 1931 version starring famed horror schlock actor Bela Lugosi as an earlier favourite.


Rounding things out in May will be the likely release of a slot by the NetEnt team with the working title of Stickers.

There’s not a whole lot to go on with this one yet, but the title being bandied about seems to suggest that NetEnt’s Sticky Wilds feature may be the star of this one, but against what type of backdrop remains to be seen.