By Clyde Mooney
Aruze Gaming Australia has announced it has received approval for the first G-enex games coming from its True Blue Games studio, in Sydney’s northern beaches.
The new games, ‘Lucky Samurai’ and ‘Chinese Phoenix’ will be available for NSW clubs, hotels and casinos.
The minds behind True Blue Gaming come from some of the biggest players in poker machines, owning a long history in the gaming industry and involvement with over thirty patents.
Lucky Samurai is the first of many games being developed by Aruze’s True Blue, whose mandate is to produce titles developed with Australian gaming knowledge and style of content.
This game incorporates classic elements in a 50-line 1 or 2-cent machine, which will appeal to local venues and customers; Chinese Phoenix offers the same options for play, with distinctly Chinese appearance and theming.
Aruze plans to continue its policy of providing a regular offering of new themed games that are compliant with current regulations.