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One of Arcadem’s founders, Philip Douglas had the pleasure of talking to LCB about our futuristic approach to iGaming, the buzz around our new game Evil Elf: The Night Before Christmas, and our own Neon Samurai: Kawa. You can check the full interview by clicking here.
Q: Let’s begin with an introduction to Arcadem.
A: Arcadem was founded by myself and co-founder Christian, to make quality and content driven by player experience, into the market. However, we also wanted to bring an element of the story to our games, which you will see in future sequels already lined up for several games and themes, such as ‘The Neon Samurai’ series. Furthermore, we are focused on player experience as mentioned. All our games are created in multiple languages and currencies to allow players to enjoy and experience our games in their native language where possible. Moreover, how we designed our GUI was to be responsible gambling focused, as we want players to be safe while they play our content.
Q: How was the launch of your flagship ‘The Neon Samurai: Kawa’ slot received by the market and what sort of feedback have you received?
A: The Kawa launch went well, we ran an exclusive 1 month pre-release for the Greek Operator ‘OPAP’ and it then went on general release in September. Players loved the artwork, soundtrack and story within the game and we had a few asking if there’s a follow-up. Some of the comments we got were related to the fact that they could simply see Kawa overlooking the Citadel itself, which tied into the story nicely. I’m also glad to confirm both Kawa and Paradox will return in the future in ’The Neon Samurai: Paradox’s Great Heist and two other great follow-ups are also planned to fully explore both our two main characters and the additional friends and foes that join.
Q: Evil Elf: The Night Before Christmas puts a sinister spin on the merry season. When is the slot live and what can we expect?
A: What a great question, you can fully expect our Evil Elf, Frostberries, to be trying to ruin operation Christmas, by smashing open gifts or even destroying our battle-hardened Santa’s sleigh. However, you will also see her brother Captain Blueberries leading the Elf security forces to chase her sister down and send her to Elfatraz. ‘Evil Elf: The Night Before Christmas’ arrives exclusively for one operator end of November and for general release in early December
Q: We’d like to hear about what’s in the pipeline. Can you give us any hints?
A: I may be able to go one step further than hints, I can tell you a little about two of our upcoming games after Evil Elf and even show you some great game posters. First, in January, we have ‘Tap House’, which is a game set in a 1700s Tavern, where you can find patron’s enjoying a drink to a party atmosphere, however when you enter the bonus the game takes an as sinister turn, where highwaymen and shady characters will appear. Then in March, we have ‘Starfang’, all I will say for this is that you can expect a battle of the ages between the Knight Aedan and a Dragon called Morrigan
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