Gaming Corps kicks off the major tournament season with a beautiful mine game.
Gaming Corps, the up-and-coming Swedish game developer, is proud to announce the launch of its latest mine game, Penalty Champion. The new game takes place on the penalty spot where the player is tasked with beating the goalie on each tile flip. They then have the chance to cash out after every goal or go for a clean sweep and walk away with the maximum win. The sudden-death match-up ends immediately if the penalty is saved.
Penalty Champion gives both players and operators something different in this timely release. Marked as a cross-sell product, it also benefits from a fully customisable in-game stadium banner for operators along with crowd options to tailor and reflect the interests of players in their core markets.
Commenting on the new release, Connor Blinman, head of games at Gaming Corps, said: “Our strategy has always been to elevate and push boundaries within the genres that we develop games. We focus on the gameplay first then look to develop further, whether that’s adding customisation levels, developing the storyline to enhance the entertainment or tapping into what players’ interests are. We couple that with increasingly polished art to deliver a next-level gaming experience. We’ve not seen a mine game like this on the market and we’re excited to see the results.”
Gaming Corps is an established gaming company with a background in video games that is now experiencing growth in the igaming sector. Having recently attracted some of the industry’s leading talent, its diverse portfolio consists of premium crash, mine, table and slot games.