Electracade came out of Surrey in 2004 to enter the online gaming software development business. Nimble and creative, Electracade provides online casinos with gambling games from every corner of the virtual casino floor. Electracade has created single and multi-line slots, Keno, poker, HiLo games, and scratch cards for many of the biggest partners in the industry. Electracade games are available in 23 different languages.
From its beginnings Electracade has sought cooperation with rival developers rather than competition, a strategy of combined expertise that enabled the company to continually up its creative game. Each of its games endures a battery of quality control testing before heading to market that has resulted in official approval of Electracade gaming by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Commission of gambling control.
After steadily building its reputation in sports books, poker rooms, bingo parlours and casinos the business was purchased by Orbis Technology which soon switched its name to the more targeted OpenBet Limited. Within OpenBet’s extensive portfolio of more than 400 games the Electracade brand trundles on, distinguished by its range of soft and instant games and strong branded content.
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Electracade was one of the first to yoke its online presence to identifiable characters of cinema and graphic novels. One of its earliest tie-ins was with Clint Eastwood’s Man With No Name loner from Sergio Leone’s Spaghetti Western trilogy in the video slots game The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Electrade also extracted Reese Witherspoon’s aspiring lawyer Elle Woods from Legally Blonde for an online games franchise. Fans of David Hasselhoff’s Baywatch, Peter Weller’s Robocop, Christopher Lambert’s Highlander and Kurt Russell’s Stargate can all immerse themselves in an Electracade-developed gambling game.
Not that gamers would immediately recognize the Electracade name as games were created in close quarters with high-powered partners like International Gaming Technology. That arrangement produced such familiar games as Wheel of Fortune, Monopoly, Who Wants To Be a Millionaire and Cluedo.
The most popular OpenBet games under the Electracade nameplate emanate from its Real Deal series of table games headed by Real Deal Blackjack. Other variations of blackjack are available for fans of online table games and two types of Roulette and several versions of Keno as well. In Super Keno Plus a bonus number releases six additional balls to hit a jackpot. Scratch card gamers can join the cult of fun surrounding the favourite gambling show Banzai where an auto play feature makes the action hum like a slots game. Card Roulette takes a new spin at the classic French game of chance by replacing the numbers on the wheels with playing cards to give players 52 numbers to wager on. Quick Seven severs traditional 21 by two-thirds with a free bust card (any card greater than seven) and an option to discard in the quest to build a hand as close to seven as possible.
Action junkies gravitate towards the adventures of Captain Scarlet as he fends off the Mysterions in his defence of Earth. The original Captain Scarlet Slot offers animated action to let loose hidden wilds and a follow-up game of Captain Scarlet Reactors includes a lucrative triple win progressive jackpot. Devotees of progressive jackpots will want to download Chain Reactors and Supercubes.
Electracade is still associated with branded game content as a division of OpenBet. The X-Factor Cash Drop comes to life with all the singing and dancing of the hit television show on a 20-line fixed slots game. The developer has also welded the classic card game, Top Trumps, to the world of tennis as you attempt to clear the entire deck in Top Trumps Tennis Classic.