Microgaming Gets Go-Ahead for Tarzan 2

The top game provider, Microgaming, has just renewed its license agreement with Edgar Rice Borroughs Inc. This exclusive license means that they can now create a follow-up game to the first popular Tarzan slot. In essence, Edgar Rice Borroughs Inc holds the rights of the work to the classical author. So, when they first teamed up back in 2016, Microgaming was able to create a unique Tarzan-branded slot. In fact, they timed the deal perfectly to align with the release of the blockbuster movie The Legend of Tarzan. Fortune Factory are now developing the follow-up game. Hopefully, this means they will be able to unveil the new product later on in the year.Microgaming Gets Go-Ahead for Tarzan 2

The First of Many

This game is just the first of a number of branded games on the horizon. Indeed, this year, Microgaming aims to improve and refresh its already impressive portfolio of online slots. And with the help of emerging studios like Fortune Factory, it should be an easy gold to achieve. The President of Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc was excited with the release of the new Tarzan game. Indeed, both parties are hopeful that it will build on the success of the first game. It’s certainly exciting to wait for the unveiling.

A Jungle Adventure

The first game was a hit. Tarzan is a 5 reel, 40 paylines slot that accepts wagers staring at 40p up to £40 per spin. Undeniably, it has amazing graphics and visuals, allowing you to swing through the jungle in the adventure of a lifetime searching for big wins. The standard symbols in the original game include Tarzan, Jane, animals and fruits. Then there’s the wild symbol Tarzan logo. It can appear stacked, in the base game or free spins and helps to add to your winnings. However, if you want the big wins, then hit the free spins. With so many thrills in game one, number two should be one to watch out for. Fortune factory already has a reputation for delivering games with personality. One of their most iconic releases is Village People Macho Move with 3D characters. Could Tarzan get the same treatment? Well, time will tell.