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Software Developer Play’n GO – 2014 Review

2014 was a great year for software developers and the gamers that play their products.

Many new ideas and innovations were launched on to the market by the scene’s providers, and by and large game players embraced the new changes and enjoyed the development upswing that was undertaken.

All of the big names were having a go, including Bally Technologies Inc., Microgaming, Net Entertainment and Playtech to name just a few.

Another software developer that turned heads during 2014 was Swedish company Play’n Go.

Play’n Go

Based in the city of Vaxjo, Sweden, and with a sister office also located in Hungary, Play’n Go’s first developed product came on to the market in 1997 when they were still in their fledgling days and were undertaking subcontracting work for larger developers.

Buoyed by their early success they decided to break out on their own, and today they have offices in two Europe countries and are officially licensed in several gambling jurisdictions, including Gibraltar, Malta and the United Kingdom.

Play’n Go continued to grow throughout 2014 and this was evident by them entering into a number of new deals as a provider with partners such as Bonnier Gaming, the ComeOn! group and Microgame S.p.A.

New Games For 2014

Play’n Go had a development strike rate of nearly two new gaming titles a month throughout 2014, as they released a total of 23 new games for the year.

These games were across a number of genres, with online video slots making up the largest number (10), followed by casino games (3). The company additionally developed 10 made to order games as well.

Some of the new online slots that Play’n Go released during 2014 include Crazy Cows, Enchanted Crystals, Golden Ticket and Pearls of India.

Mobile Platforms

Gaming on mobile platforms, as hinted at by the company’s very own name, has continued to rise in popularity with gamers and this trend has not only been acknowledged by Play’n Go, but enthusiastically embraced.

The company develops all of its game for traditional desktop platforms like the PC, and also for newer formats such as mobile phones and tablets.

Their games are first developed using Flash technology, which is suitable for traditional internet uses, and then transferred into HTML5 technology, which allows them to be played by gamers on the move with mobile devices.

With a busy schedule of new releases planned for 2015, we look forward to seeing the next chapter in the Play’n Go story unfold.